Selecting Pandas Columns by dtype

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I wanted to know if there is an elegant and shorthand way in Pandas DataFrames to select columns by data type (dtype). i.e. Select only int64 columns from a DataFrame.

For example, something like:


Can anyone help me with this?

Jul 5 in Python by ana1504.k
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You can use the following:

df.loc[:, df.dtypes == np.float64]
answered Jul 5 by SDeb
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