wish helps you You would need to filter this out by hand. There is no provision in the specification of merge keys. You could, if you would not load mappings as Python dicts, but as more complex types, filter these "base" mappings out automatically, but at the cost of complicating the syntax of the YAML file.
R plyr ddply - How to leave one or more variables out from result?
By : user3007189
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Say I want to sum my cost over the different types of sources, but I want to leave one specific source out from the operation. To get a cost breakdown over all sources I use , You could for example subset the data you pass into ddply: