Python Pandas Dataframe: set_value is deprecated and will be removed in a future release

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Hi. I am trying to change the value of a cell and I am trying this:

(df.set_value('0','Name','0'))

But I am getting the following error:

set_value is deprecated and will be removed in a future release

And the value is not getting changed. 

Apr 8 in Python by Yashita
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The set_value function is deprecated and you will have to use the at() method now.

df.at[row name, column name]=value
df.at[0,’Name’]=0
answered Apr 8 by Jai

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