In this article we will discuss how to create Dataframe of random integers or floats.

**Table Of Contents**

- Create Dataframe with Random Integers using randint()
- Create Pandas Dataframe with Random float values

## Create Dataframe with Random Integers using randint()

The numpy module provides several random number routines and one of them is **randint()**. It gives a numpy array of random numbers in the given range. We can also specify the dimension of random numpy array i.e. it can be 1D, 2D or 3D etc. We can create a numpy array of random numbers using it and use it to create a Dataframe or random numbers. Let’s first learn more about numpy.random.randint().

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**Syntax of numpy.random.randint():**

numpy.random.randint(start , stop=None, size=None, dtype=int)

where,

1. **start **is the lowest integer to be drawn in the range.

2. **stop **is the highest integer to be drawn in the range.

3. **size **specifies the shape of numpy array. By default it is one dimensional.

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### Create DataFrame with one column of random numbers

Generate a one dimensional numpy array of random numbers using randint(). Then create a single column dataframe, use this numpy array to populate values in the column. Let’s understand this with an example,

Example: In this example, we are going to create a numpy array of 5 random integers in the range of 10 – 25. Then populate those values in the Dataframe Column.

import pandas as pd import numpy as np # Create 5 random integers in the range of 10 - 25 random_data = np.random.randint(10, 25, size=5) # Create Datfarme with single column of random values df = pd.DataFrame(random_data, columns=['RANDOM VALUES']) # Display the Dataframe print(df)

**Output:**

RANDOM VALUES 0 20 1 13 2 24 3 17 4 19

Here we created a Dataframe with only one column named ‘RANDOM VALUES’.

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### Create DataFrame with multiple columns of Random Numbers

We can generate a 2D numpy array of random numbers using **numpy.random.randint()** and the pass it to pandas.Dataframe() to create a multiple Dataframe of random values.

Let’s see an example where we will first create a 2D NumPy Array of random values. This 2D array has five rows and three columns,

import numpy as np # Create 2D Numpy array of 5 rows and 3 columns, # filled with random values from 10 to 25 random_data = np.random.randint(10,25,size=(5,3))

Then use this NumPy Array of random values to create a Dataframe of five rows and three columns,

import pandas as pd # Create a Dataframe with random values # using 2D numpy Array df = pd.DataFrame(random_data, columns=['Column_1','Column_2','Column_3'])

Checkout the complete example,

import pandas as pd import numpy as np # Create 2D Numpy array of 5 rows and 3 columns, # filled with random values from 10 to 25 random_data = np.random.randint(10,25,size=(5,3)) # Create a Dataframe with random values # using 2D numpy Array df = pd.DataFrame(random_data, columns=['Column_1','Column_2','Column_3']) # Display the Dataframe print(df)

**Output:**

Column_1 Column_2 Column_3 0 16 15 20 1 19 20 24 2 20 20 13 3 11 16 18 4 16 17 20

Here we create a Dataframe filled with random integers.

### Create DataFrame of random numbers and convert values to string

Just like previous solutions, we can create a Dataframe of random integers using randint() and then convert data types of all values in all columns to string i.e.

import pandas as pd import numpy as np # Create 2D Numpy array of 5 rows and 3 columns, # filled with random values from 10 to 25 random_data = np.random.randint(10,25,size=(5,3)) # Create a Dataframe with random values # using 2D numpy Array df = pd.DataFrame(random_data, columns=['Column_1','Column_2','Column_3']) df = df.astype(str) # Display the Dataframe print(df) print('Data types of all columns: ') print(df.dtypes)

Output:

Column_1 Column_2 Column_3 0 12 11 20 1 21 10 11 2 24 15 12 3 20 17 20 4 13 24 19 Data types of all columns: Column_1 object Column_2 object Column_3 object dtype: object

### Create Pandas Dataframe with Random float values

Use the np.random.rand() to create a 2D numpy Array filled with random numbers from 0 to 1. But suppose you want to generate random values from 10 to 20. Then in that case you need to multiple all values in numpy array by 10 and add 10 to it i.e.

import numpy as np # Create 2D Numpy array of 5 rows and 3 columns, # filled with random values from 0 to 1 random_data = np.random.rand(5,3) # Create Numpy Array with random floats from 10 to 20 random_data = 10 + random_data*10 print(random_data)

Use this 2D Numpy array to generate a Dataframe of random float values,

import pandas as pd import numpy as np # Create 2D Numpy array of 5 rows and 3 columns, # filled with random values from 0 to 1 random_data = np.random.rand(5,3) # Create Numpy Array with random floats from 10 to 20 random_data = 10 + random_data*10 # Create a Dataframe with random values # using 2D numpy Array df = pd.DataFrame(random_data, columns=['Column_1','Column_2','Column_3']) # Display the Dataframe print(df)

Output:

Column_1 Column_2 Column_3 0 14.240746 18.295825 19.396178 1 12.223251 11.730770 12.090752 2 18.435215 17.188767 13.710343 3 17.358443 16.031840 15.464308 4 12.985251 13.042926 16.485127

#### Summary

In this article we learned how to create dataframe with random integers or floats using the numpy module’s random routines.

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