Pandas: Print rows if value greater than some value

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Hi. I have a dataframe that contains the name of a student in one column and that student's score in another column. I want to print the details of the students whose score is greater than 80. What logic should I use for this?
May 9 in Python by Richa
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You can use condition checking for this. Just use the column name and check the condition as follows:

df[df.Score > 80]
answered May 9 by Reshma

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