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I have a dataframe in pandas with mixed int and str data columns. I want to concatenate first the columns within the dataframe. To do that I have to convert an int column to str. I've tried to do as follows:

mtrx['X.3'] = mtrx.to_string(columns = ['X.3'])

or

mtrx['X.3'] = mtrx['X.3'].astype(str)

but in both cases, it's not working and I'm getting an error saying "cannot concatenate 'str' and 'int' objects". Concatenating two str columns is working perfectly fine.

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 Just change the data type of DataFrame column:

To int:

df.column_name = df.column_name.astype(np.int64)

To str:

df.column_name = df.column_name.astype(str)

If you are interested to learn Pandas visit this Python Pandas Tutorial.

 

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