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df = sample['geometry']
line_gdf = gpd.GeoDataFrame(geometry=[df[2],  df[3], df[4], df[5], df[6], df[7], df[8], df[9]])

Above is the manual process of selecting Line Strings

In order to select from 2:180 I tried some code without luck

line_gdf = gpd.GeoDataFrame(geometry=[df[df.rows[2:4]])

it comes up with an error of'GeoSeries' object has no attribute 'rows'

I am bit confused how to solve it I would appriciate some guidance.

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Assuming "sample" is a GeoDataFrame, then df in your example is a GeoSeries of geometries. As GeoSeries don't have rows, df.rows give you the error you report.

Its unclear to me exactly what you are trying to achieve, but I assume you have a dataframe called sample, and you want to select rows 2 to 180. If so:

line_gdf = sample.iloc[2:180]

If you are trying to achieve something else, please clarify your inputs and desired outputs.

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  • That is exactly what I was looking for !
    – Dominik M
    Commented Nov 25, 2019 at 10:00

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