Pandas DataFrame: tail() function

DataFrame - tail() function

The tail() function is used to get the last n rows.

This function returns last n rows from the object based on position. It is useful for quickly verifying data, for example, after sorting or appending rows.


DataFrame.tail(self, n=5)


Name Description Type/Default Value Required / Optional
n Number of rows to select. int
Default Value: 5

Returns: type of caller
The last n rows of the caller object.


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