AttributeError: ‘DataFrame’ object has no attribute ‘Number’ error occurs when you try to “access the Number attribute on a Pandas DataFrame.” The Number attribute does not exist on DataFrames.
The Number attribute is a property of Series objects, and it is used to get the Series data type. DataFrames do not have a Number attribute because they can contain multiple columns, and each column can have a different data type.
- You are using an older version of Pandas that does not support the Number attribute on DataFrames.
- You are using a custom DataFrame class that does not have the Number attribute.
- You are trying to access the Number attribute on a DataFrame that does not contain any numeric columns.
How to fix the error?
Solution 1: Check the Column Name
Ensure that the column name is spelled correctly and that it exists in the DataFrame. You can list all the columns in the DataFrame using:
Solution 2: Use Bracket Notation
If the column name contains spaces or special characters or conflicts with a DataFrame method name, you should use bracket notation to access the column. Replace:
Solution 3: Check the Data Loading Proces
If the column is missing, there might be an issue with how the data was loaded into the DataFrame. Check the data loading process (e.g., pd.read_csv()) to ensure the column is read correctly.
I hope this will fix the error.