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Pandas DataFrame | T property

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Pandas DataFrame.T property transposes the rows and columns.

NOTE

As a property, T does not take in parameters. Use DataFrame.transpose(~) for more flexibility.

Examples

Consider the following DataFrame:

df = pd.DataFrame({"A":[3,4], "B":[5,6]})
df
   A  B
0  3  5
1  4  6

Taking the transpose gives:

df.T
   0  1
A  3  4
B  5  6

Note that modifying the transpose will also mutate the original DataFrame:

df.T.iloc[0,0] = 9
df
A B
0 9 5
1 4 6
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