Python error Series object is not callable

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This line:

df['ln_returns'] = np.log(df['Close_mid']/df['Close_mid'](1))

Gives the following error:

'Series' object is not callable 
Jul 22, 2019 in Python by Asish
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1 answer to this question.

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Try this:

df['ln_returns'] = np.log(df['Close_mid']/df['Close_mid'])

df['Close_mid'](1)) doesn't seem to be doing anything

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answered Jul 22, 2019 by Greg

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