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Pandas DataFrame iterrows() Method

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Example

Iterate the rows of the DataFrame, and print each "firstname":

import pandas as pd

data = {
  "firstname": ["Sally", "Mary", "John"],
  "age": [50, 40, 30]
}

df = pd.DataFrame(data)

for index, row in df.iterrows():
  print(row["firstname"])
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Definition and Usage

The iterrows() method generates an iterator object of the DataFrame, allowing us to iterate each row in the DataFrame.

Each iteration produces an index object and a row object (a Pandas Series object).


Syntax

dataframe.iterrows()

Parameters

The iterrows() method takes no parameters.


Return Value

An iterator with two objects for each row, the index, and the content as a Pandas Series object.


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