# Pandas Technique: Sorting Dataset

**import** pandas **as** pd
**import** numpy **as** np

**Read Dataset**

`df `**=** pd**.**read_csv('Srt_dta.csv')
df

**Sorting**

Pandas sort_values() function sorts a data frame in Ascending or Descending order of passed Column. It's different than the sorted Python function since it cannot sort a data frame and particular column cannot be selected.

`df`**.**sort_values('Weight(kg)')

**Sorting in **descending** value**

To sort in descending order, we need to specify ascending=False

`df`**.**sort_values('Weight(kg)', ascending**=False**)

**Sorting by multiple variables**

Call pandas.DataFrame.sort_values(by, ascending) with by as a list of column names to sort the rows in the DataFrame object based on the columns specified.

`df`**.**sort_values(['Weight(kg)', 'Height(cm)'])

**Sorting by multiple variables**

Call pandas. DataFrame. sort_values(by, ascending) with by as a list of column names to sort the rows in the DataFrame object based on the columns specified in by . Set ascending to a tuple of booleans corresponding to the columns in by , where True sorts in ascending order and False sorts in descending order.

`df`**.**sort_values(['Weight(kg)', 'Height(cm)'], ascending**=**[**True**, **False**])

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