Pandas is a powerful and popular Python library used for data analysis and manipulation. To use it, you’ll first need to install it with the pip package manager. Once installed, you can import the library into your Python code with the following command:
import pandas as pd
Once imported, you can use the various functions and methods of the pandas library to work with your data. For example, you can use the read_csv() function to read in a CSV file, or the to_csv() function to write a DataFrame to a CSV file. You can also use the DataFrame.head() and DataFrame.tail() methods to get the first and last few rows of a DataFrame, respectively.
There are many more functions and methods available in pandas, so be sure to explore the documentation to get the most out of the library.