What is the Difference in Size and Count in pandas (python)?

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I am not understanding at all how it differs?
Apr 30, 2018 in Data Analytics by CodingByHeart77
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The major difference is size includes NaN values, count does not include NaN :

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answered Apr 30, 2018 by DeepCoder786
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