I've answered quite a few pandas questions, so I think I'm qualified to say that you really don't need to. There will be a sample DataFrame and a few lines (more than a dozen and I'd be concerned) of offending code to recreate a not-working example. Extracting those so is a key exercise to understanding (and solving!) problems.
An example, from your earlier (motivating?) question:
Your code fragment (basically you said "this isn't working in 0.11"):
accurate_list = ['corr1', 'corr2', 'corr3']
x = df[~df.Classification.isin(accurate_list)]
df.ix[x.index,'A'] = df['Classification'] # you say it bugged out here
You didn't give an example, so I created a random DataFrame (actually I just had this one lying around already) which I thought may give me an example of the exception:
df = pd.DataFrame([[1,10,20,30], [1,40,50,60], [2,20,30,40],], columns=list('ABCD'))
x = df[~(df.A.isin())]
df.ix[x.index, 'A'] = df['D'] # worked fine, no exception
I couldn't replicate it, so I posted as such as a comment.
I guess I was really asking is:
"What is different about your DataFrame to mine"?
I suspect that if you can answer that, you'll be able to come up with a better example which you can fit in a few lines... in doing so you may even find the answer to your question. :)
But what we don't want is you linking to an external (Gb?) file... Please don't do that!