Data visualisation in python in three line codes

  • 40 min

It happens that we need to visualise data, but various obstacles stand in the way:

  • it is unclear how to work with the format in which the data is located;
  • data is not processed or is not grouped by attribute;
  • an atypical visualisation setting is required but popular tools do not support it: colours, styles, and shapes.

In such cases, a python comes to the rescue. It allows you to perform high-quality visualisation of data in any text formats in just a few lines of code.

During the talk, data processing and visualisation demonstration will be made in JupyterLab, a part of the free Anaconda software. After the talk, each listener will be provided with materials which you can use to repeat the experiment taking place in the classroom at home.

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