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How to Filter Rows Based on Column Values with query function in Pandas?

  • Last Updated : 11 Dec, 2020

In this article, let’s see how to filter rows based on column values. Query function can be used to filter rows based on column values. 

Consider below Dataframe:

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import pandas as pd
  
  
data = [['A', 10], ['B', 15], ['C', 14], ['D', 12]] 
df = pd.DataFrame(data, columns = ['Name', 'Age'])
df

Output: 

Our DataFrame 

Now, Suppose You want to get only persons that have Age >13.  We can use Query function of Pandas.

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df.query("Age>13")

Output: 

Using Query with only 1 Column

Now, If you want multiple columns. For example, you want to have Age >13 and Name = C. Then,

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df.query("Age>13 and Name=='C'")

Output:

Using multiple cols filter




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