search
Search
Join our weekly DS/ML newsletter layers DS/ML Guides
menu
menu search toc more_vert
Robocat
Guest 0reps
Thanks for the thanks!
close
Outline
Comments
Log in or sign up
Cancel
Post
account_circle
Profile
exit_to_app
Sign out
help Ask a question
Share on Twitter
search
keyboard_voice
close
Searching Tips
Search for a recipe:
"Creating a table in MySQL"
Search for an API documentation: "@append"
Search for code: "!dataframe"
Apply a tag filter: "#python"
Useful Shortcuts
/ to open search panel
Esc to close search panel
to navigate between search results
d to clear all current filters
Enter to expand content preview
icon_star
Doc Search
icon_star
Code Search Beta
SORRY NOTHING FOUND!
mic
Start speaking...
Voice search is only supported in Safari and Chrome.
Navigate to
A
A
brightness_medium
share
arrow_backShare
Twitter
Facebook
0
thumb_down
0
chat_bubble_outline
0
auto_stories new
settings

Pandas DataFrame | empty property

Pandas
chevron_right
Documentation
chevron_right
DataFrame
chevron_right
Properties
schedule Jul 1, 2022
Last updated
local_offer PythonPandas
Tags
tocTable of Contents
expand_more

Pandas DataFrame.empty property returns True if the DataFrame does not contain any elements.

WARNING

DataFrames with only NaN will still return False (i.e. not considered to be empty).

Examples

Consider the following DataFrame:

df = pd.DataFrame({"A":[4,5],"B":[6,7]})
df
   A  B
0  4  6
1  5  7

Our DataFrame obviously contains elements, so the empty property would just return False here:

df.empty
False

Here's a DataFrame that is empty:

df = pd.DataFrame({"A":[]})
df.empty
True

This is because the length of the row axis is 0.

mail
Join our newsletter for updates on new DS/ML comprehensive guides (spam-free)
robocat
Published by Isshin Inada
Edited by 0 others
Did you find this page useful?
Ask a question or leave a feedback...
0
thumb_down
0
chat_bubble_outline
0
settings
Enjoy our search
Hit / to insta-search docs and recipes!