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Pandas Pretty Table CSS
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
from functools import partial
def summary(df, fn=np.sum, axis=0, name='Total',
"""Append a summary row or column to DataFrame.
df : Dataframe to be summarized
fn : Summary function applied over each column
axis : Axis to summarize on (1: by row, 0: by column)
name : Index or column label for summary
table_class_prefix : Custom css class for dataframe
Dataframe with applied summary.
total = df.apply(fn, axis=axis).to_frame(name)
table_class = ""
if axis == 0:
total = total.T
table_class = "{}-row".format(table_class_prefix)
elif axis == 1:
table_class = "{}-col".format(tbale_class_prefix)
out = pd.concat([df, total], axis=axis)
# Patch to_html function to use custom css class
out.to_html = partial(out.to_html, classes=table_class)
return out
from numbers import Number
def as_percent(v, precision='0.2'):
"""Convert number to percentage string."""
if isinstance(v, Number):
return "{{:{}%}}".format(precision).format(v)
raise TypeError("Numeric type required")
/* Add to ~/.ipython/profile_default/static/custom/custom.css */
/* Pretty Pandas Dataframes */
.dataframe * {border-color: #c0c0c0 !important;}
.dataframe th{background: #eee;}
.dataframe td{text-align: right; min-width:5em;}
/* Format summary rows */
.dataframe-summary-row tr:last-child,
.dataframe-summary-col td:last-child{
background: #eee;
font-weight: 500;
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