7. .Write a Python program to perform data analysis using Groupby.

import pandas as pd

ipl_data = {'Team': ['Riders', 'Riders', 'Devils', 'Devils', 'Kings',    'kings', 'Kings', 'Kings', 'Riders', 'Royals', 'Royals', 'Riders'],

   'Rank': [1, 2, 2, 3, 3,4 ,1 ,1,2 , 4,1,2],

   'Year':  [2014,2015,2014,2015,2014,2015,2016,2017,2016,2014,2015,2017],


df = pd.DataFrame(ipl_data)
print (df)

#grouping objects can be applied to the DataFrame object

print (df.groupby('Team'))


#View Groups

print (df.groupby('Team').groups )


#Group by with multiple columns –

print (df.groupby(['Team','Year']).groups)


#Iterating through Groups

#With the groupby object in hand, we can iterate through the object similar to itertools.obj.

grouped = df.groupby('Year')

for name,group in grouped:

   print (name)

   print (group )

#Select a Group

#Using the get_group() method, we can select a single group.

grouped = df.groupby('Year')

print (grouped.get_group(2014))



#An aggregated function returns a single aggregated value for each group. Once the group by object is created, several aggregation operations can be performed on the grouped data

#Aggregation via the aggregate or equivalent agg method –
import numpy as np

grouped = df.groupby('Year')

print (grouped['Points'].agg(np.mean) )


#see the size of each group is by applying the size() function –

grouped = df.groupby('Team')

print (grouped.agg(np.size) )

#Applying Multiple Aggregation Functions at Once

#With grouped Series, you can also pass a list or dict of functions to do aggregation with, and generate DataFrame as output

grouped = df.groupby('Team')

print (grouped['Points'].agg([np.sum, np.mean, np.std]))


#Transformation on a group or a column returns an object that is indexed the same size of that is being grouped. Thus, the transform should return a result that is the same size as that of a group chunk

grouped = df.groupby('Team')

score = lambda x: (x - x.mean()) / x.std()*10

print (grouped.transform(score) )


#Filtration filters the data on a defined criteria and returns the subset of data. The filter() function is used to filter the data.

Print( df.groupby('Team').filter(lambda x: len(x) >= 3))

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