Saving Your DataFrame in Pandas

saving data frames
Before we start: This Python tutorial is a part of our series of Python Package tutorials. The steps explained ahead are related to the sample project introduced here.

Saving a DataFrame

In our DataFrame examples, we’ve been using a Grades.CSV file that contains information about students and their grades for each lecture they’ve taken:

Importing a Data Set in to Python

When we are done dealing with our data we might want to save it as a CSV file so that it can be shared with a coworker or stored as a record.

This can be simple done by:


Next steps

You know how to save your DataFrame using Python’s Pandas library, but there’s lots of other things you can do with Pandas:

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