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Python Data Science Basics Describing Data Max and Min

Daniel Stewart
Daniel Stewart
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Why price_in_float?

Hi,

Why do we do the list comprehension for price_in_float?

Can we not just refer to the numpy 'column' directly as it has already been defined as a float type in DATATYPES?

e.g. numpy_max = numpy.amax(my_csv['priceLabel'])