The head() returns the first n rows for the object based on position. If your object has the right type of data in it, it is useful for quick testing. This method is used for returning top n (by default value 5) rows of a data frame or series.
n: It refers to an integer value that returns the number of rows.
It returns the DataFrame with top n rows.
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We have a csv file "aa.csv" that have the following dataset.
By using the head() in the below example, we showed only top 2 rows from the dataset.
Name Hire Date Salary Leaves Remaining 0 John Idle 03/15/14 50000.0 10 1 Smith Gilliam 06/01/15 65000.0 8