Python Pandas: ValueError: DataFrame constructor not properly called!

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I am trying to create a Python Pandas Dataframe using this code:

df1=pd.DataFrame('Email')

But I am getting this error:

ValueError: DataFrame constructor not properly called!
Mar 28, 2019 in Python by Shri
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1 answer to this question.

+1 vote

The syntax is not right. The right syntax is as follows:

Df1=pd.DataFrame(columns=[‘Email’])
answered Mar 28, 2019 by Ritu

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