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CodeMaid is a Visual Studio 2005 / 2008 add-in specially designed to enable you to cleanup C# source code, provide some code analysis and several miscellaneous other features that make C# development in Visual Studio even easier.

Cleanup and find obsolete methods, properties, fields, constants, etc.
Detect unused local variables, unused parameters and array and string literals
Detect empty lines in code
Find inherited code in derived classes and attributes
Replace variables with meaningful names
Find and replace several items in code
Provide a code coverage analysis, code metrics, calculate method calls, jump to source, etc.

There are several special commands for refactoring and cleaning up that can be found under the “Refactor” menu. By using the keyboard, you can perform these operations faster and with more accuracy.
See CodeMaid’s documentation for more information.Q:

What is the difference between pd.dataframe.Series.describe() and pd.describe()?

I was going through a code and noticed the following line:
len_df = pd.dataframe.Series.describe().index.count()

This yields:
Series([1, 2, 3, 4], index=[‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’])

The following line works as well:
pd.describe()

While the following line also works:
len_df = pd.DataFrame.describe().index.count()

What is the difference? What is the significance of the.index.count() part?
What is the significance of the.index.count() part?

A:

You can see in the sources of pd.describe:
def describe(self):
“””
Describe the DataFrame.

Returns
——-
DataFrame.describe
“””
return DataFrame.describe()

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