Pandas DataFrame is two-dimensional size-mutable, potentially heterogeneous tabular data structure with labeled axes (rows and columns).
Let’s see how can we get the index of maximum value in DataFrame column.
Observe this dataset first. We’ll use ‘Weight’ and ‘Salary’ columns of this data in order to get the index of maximum values from a particular column in Pandas DataFrame.
Code #1: Check the index at which maximum weight value is present.
We can verify whether the maximum value is present in index or not.
Code #2: Let’s insert a new row at index 0, having maximum salary and then varify.
Now, let’s check if the maximum salary is present at index 0 or not.
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