Numerical columns contain numbers. The defining aspect of numerical data is that the numbers have an order and you can apply a variety of mathematical computations to them (average, sum, etc.) The actual values may follow a specific format, such as being rounded to 2 decimal digits and remaining between min/max bounds.

If the data is stored a integers, it does not mean it's necessarily numerical. For example, HTTP response codes such as 200, 404, etc. are stored as integers but they are distinct categories. They cannot be combined or averaged.

Browse Numerical Transformers

A general transformer that imputes missing values.

Use Gaussian Mixture Models to cluster and normalize the data.

Use a probability integral transform to normalize the data.

Detect and encode outliers for more accurate data science.

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