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Data Visualization: Matplotlib Seaborn Plotly and Altair

Data Visualization: Matplotlib Seaborn Plotly and Altair

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What you’ll learn

Data Visualization: Matplotlib Seaborn Plotly and Altair

  • Mathematicians can learn how to make their own charts with Matplotlib, and they can also learn how to make their own charts.
  • Use Seaborn to make categorical, relational, and faceted plots.
  • Altair lets you make simple plots, polished visualizations, and faceted plots that are easy to read.
  • Learn the basics of Plotly and how to move your plots.


  • Python is a programming language that can be used to write programs. This


The section on Pandas gives you an overview of the data cleaning, data processing, and data manipulation operations you can do with Pandas. These operations include changing data types, getting summary information about your dataset, and getting aggregate values.

In the section on Matplotlib, one of the most popular plotting libraries, you learn about figure and axes level objects and some of the most common plots that show distributions and relationships between variables, or changes in a variable over time, as well as how to make these types of plots.

You learn how to make categorical, relational, numerical and distribution plots, as well as how to use color and size to show a lot of information. This can help you with visual data exploration and data storytelling.

The section on Altair gives you an overview of another powerful Python Visualization library that has a wide range of plotting abilities. You can use Altair to make the most common plots as well as more complex visualizations.

The end of this class:

When you finish this class, you will have a better idea of how different types of data work.

You will be able to look at summary data about your dataset and see how variables are linked together.

You learn how to talk about your data with different people at different levels of detail, depending on where they are in the decision-making chain.

It’s important to note that we use Google Colab in this class.

Who this course is for:

  • Candidates for data science jobs who want to use Matplotlib, Seaborn, and Altair to their fullest extent when it comes to plotting. People in business intelligence and data analytics jobs who want to show complex data to decision-makers and other stakeholders.
  • You can use Seaborn to make plots that are full of information in less than two lines of code!

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