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How to add a row to R dataframe ?

  • Last Updated : 21 Apr, 2021

In this article, we will see how to add rows to a DataFrame in R Programing Language. To do this we will use rbind() function. This function in R Language is used to combine specified Vector, Matrix or Data Frame by rows.

Syntax:

rbind(dataframe 1, dataframe 2)

Example 1 :

R






# creating a data frame with some data
df9 = data.frame(id=c(1,2,3),
                 name=c("karthik","bhagiradh","kethan")) 
  
print("Original data frame")
  
# printing the data frame 
print(df9) 
  
# declaring a row of values in 
# data.frame() function
df8 = data.frame(4,"shyam"
  
# adding names to the row values
names(df8)=c("id","name")
  
# passing the original data frame and new 
# data frame into the rbind() function
df7=rbind(df9,df8)  
  
print("data frame after adding a new row")
print(df7)

Output :

Example 2 :

Python3




# creating a data frame with some data
df = data.frame(id=c(1,2,3),
                name=c("maruti suzuki","tata","ford")) 
  
print("Original data frame")
print(df) 
  
# declaring a row of values in
# data.frame() function
df1 = data.frame(4,"volkswagen")
  
# adding names to the row values
names(df1)=c("id","name"
  
# passing the original data frame and 
# new data frame into the rbind() function 
df2=rbind(df,df1) 
  
print("data frame after adding a new row")
print(df2)

Output :

Example 3:

R




# creating a data frame with some data
df3 = data.frame(id=c(1,2,3),
                 name=c("Asus","HP","Acer")) 
  
print("Original data frame")
print(df3) 
  
# declaring a row of values in 
# data.frame() function
df4 = data.frame(4,"Dell")
  
# adding names to the row values
names(df4)=c("id","name"
  
# passing the original data frame and 
# new data frame into the rbind() function
df5=rbind(df3,df4) 
  
print("data frame after adding a new row")
print(df5) 

Output :




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