You could also use 'r' before your path reference OR use '/' to avoid the need for '\'
For example: r"C:\Users\Admin\Desktop\Data\"
Programming languages, such as Python, treat a backslash () as an escape character. For instance, \n represents a line feed, and \t represents a tab. When specifying a path, a forward slash (/) can be used in place of a backslash. Two backslashes can be used instead of one to avoid a syntax error. A string literal can also be used by placing the letter r before a string containing a backslash so it is interpreted correctly.
Setting paths to data in Python