Python Errors

How To Fix the Python Error: valueerror: input contains nan, infinity or a value too large for dtype('float64')

Python is a strongly typed language that often places considerable emphasis on both variables and containers. But sometimes the Python error messages associated with those traits can be somewhat confusing. If you’ve found yourself confronted with an error message of “valueerror: input contains nan, infinity or a value too large for dtype(‘float64’)” then you’re in […]

Fixing Python Error Message: no handles with labels found to put in legend

A Python “no handles with labels found to put in legend” error message can be quite perplexing. Part of this confusion stems from the fact that the terminology is somewhat adjacent to that found within the standard Python library. The error message is typically associated with a plotting library for Python called Matplotlib. And Matplotlib […]

Index Out of Range in a Python List

Lists are one of the more unique aspects of the Python programming language. They’re a powerful feature once we’ve fully mastered them. But some issues, such as indexing, can be a little confusing at first. This is especially true for people trying to manipulate a list in the same way they would an array in […]

Python Error Message: string indices must be integers

If you are programming, you will inevitably get error messages. Unfortunately, they are part of programming, though you can learn to avoid them, you cannot avoid all of them all the time. This is particularly true when you are writing a large complex program. Fortunately, solutions exist for these problems. What is this error? The […]

Python Error Message: cant multiply sequence by non-int of type float

If you are writing programs, you will from time to time get error messages. The more complex your program the more likely it is to happen. It is even more likely to happen when you are in loading external data. However, once you encounter an error message, you will not only often know how to […]

Python Error Message: typeerror: ‘int’ object is not subscriptable

If there is anything that all programmers would agree on, it is their hatred of error messages. While they are unfortunately a necessary part of programming, they are annoying to programmers. In most cases, it means you have done something wrong, and that is never a good thing. What is this error? The typeerror ‘int’ […]

Python Error Message: cannot connect to the docker daemon at unix:///var/run/docker.sock. is the docker daemon running?

Error messages can be a pain regardless of the programming language you are using. Python is no different but not all of them are the results of a coding error. In many cases, they result from something that is not connecting right. This is particularly the case when dealing with libraries that requires an online […]

Python Error Message: indentationerror: unindent does not match any outer indentation level

Not all error messages result from problems with your code itself but how that code is formatted. Formatting is important in the Python programming language. Indentations are an important part of Python formatting and making a mistake in this area could cause the programs to do weird things. It can however also result in an […]

Python Error Message: valueerror: setting an array element with a sequence

Getting error messages is a common but annoying part of programming. This is often the case when you are dealing with a new library of functions. It is particularly true with Python’s Numpy library. Numpy is Python’s fundamental scientific computing package, so it is a necessity if you are going to use Python for scientific […]

Python Error Message: typeerror: a bytes-like object is required, not ‘str’

If you are getting an error message, it means that you are writing a computer program. Error messages are a frequent problem in programs of any real length. If you have not gotten any error messages, you probably have not done any real programming. Like any programming language programming in python will result in occasional […]

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