Cleaner way to unpack nested dictionaries

Cleaner way to unpack nested dictionaries

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Cleaner way to unpack nested dictionaries
Tag : python , By : wraith
Date : November 25 2020, 03:01 PM

I wish this help you I am receiving data in batches from an API in JSON format. I wish to store only the values, in a list. , You could use a recursive function and some type tests:
data = [{'a':1, 'b':{'c':2, 'd':3}, 'e':4}, {'f':5,'g':6}]

def extract_nested_values(it):
    if isinstance(it, list):
        for sub_it in it:
            yield from extract_nested_values(sub_it)
    elif isinstance(it, dict):
        for value in it.values():
            yield from extract_nested_values(value)
        yield it

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How to write super long dictionaries cleaner in function arguments?

Tag : python , By : Andrew L.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I'd just use the same trick used for mutable default values. This gives you more room to write something more readable.
@arg('-v', '--version')
def generate(kind, version=None):
    if version is None:
        d = config.data['default']['template']
        version = config.template[d]['default']['version']   
    return ['RETURN.', kind, version]
# Choose whatever refactoring looks good to you
default_template = config.data['default']['template']
default_version = config.template[default_template]['default']['version']

@arg('-v', '--version')
def generate(kind, version=default_version):
    return ['RETURN.', kind, version]

del default_template default_version  # Optional

Given three nested dictionaries, sort the top two nested dictionaries from a value in the innermost dictionary?

Tag : python-2.7 , By : desmiserables
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you I am trying to sort both the outermost dictionary and the "middle" dictionary by the value of "Cal" (highest first) in the innermost dictionary. I would like to accomplish this using an OrderedDict. , this should work:
from collections import OrderedDict

od = OrderedDict()
for food, dct in sorted(foods.items(),
                        key=lambda x: max(int(y['Cal']) for y in x[1].values()),
    od[food] = OrderedDict()
    subod = od[food]
    for subkey, subdct in sorted(dct.items(), key=lambda x: int(x[1]['Cal']),
        subod[subkey] = subdct
# from pprint import pprint
# pprint(od)

              OrderedDict([('ExtraSweet', {'Cal': '18000', 'Taste': '16'}),
                           ('Sweet', {'Cal': '12000', 'Taste': '17'})])),
              OrderedDict([('Chocolate', {'Cal': '2000', 'Taste': '9'}),
                           ('Vanilla', {'Cal': '1000', 'Taste': '11'})])),
              OrderedDict([('Pesto', {'Cal': '200', 'Taste': '9'}),
                           ('Cheese', {'Cal': '100', 'Taste': '11'})])),
              OrderedDict([('Green', {'Cal': '20', 'Taste': '6'}),
                           ('Red', {'Cal': '1', 'Taste': '4'})]))])

Unpack a list of nested dictionaries and convert to CSV

Tag : python , By : Gabriel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I am trying to write to CSV a JSON that produces a list of nested dictionnaries as follows: ,
Or perhaps there is another way to achieve my expected result?
import pandas as pd

data = [{'spam': 'xxxx',
  'egg': 'yyyy',
  'line_items': [{'description': 'hhh',
                  'amount': 'iii'},
                 {'description': 'jjj',
                  'amount': 'kkk'}],
  'bacon': 'zzzz'}]

df = pd.io.json.json_normalize(data, record_path=['line_items'],
                                meta=['spam', 'egg','bacon'])

  amount description   egg  spam bacon
0    iii         hhh  yyyy  xxxx  zzzz
1    kkk         jjj  yyyy  xxxx  zzzz

How to unpack complicated nested column (list of dictionaries of dictionaries) in Python? [Twitter Ads API]

Tag : python , By : Tetting
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times You should be able to pass the dictionary directly to the dataframe constructor:
foo = pd.DataFrame(df['id_data'][0]['metrics'])
foo.iloc[:3, :4]

    app_clicks  card_engagements    carousel_swipes clicks
0   6           6                   None            18
1   28          28                  None            33
2   13          13                  None            32

Is there a cleaner way to print this list of dictionaries?

Tag : python , By : ikey
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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