How to select a specific row of DataFrame

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You will need to select a specific row of a DataFrame.

Here is the code

As you can see we use the DataFrame.iloc[] slicing method.

With iloc you will need to pass the row and column slice you want to subselect.

[row, columns] => e.g. df.iloc[2,:] means the row at index 2 and all the columns.

import pandas as pd
import numpy as np

# We create our dataframe
df = pd.DataFrame({"col1": range(0,10),
                   "col2": range(10,20)})

# We print our dataframe

# We print the second row of our dataframe

Here you are! you now know how to select a specific row of DataFrame.

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