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Beyond Matplotlib and Seaborn: Python Data Visualization Tools That Work

This article is an extension of my conference talk of the same name, and contains content from https://github.com/skirmer/new-py-dataviz. To see all the code and other example visualizations, please visit the repo. If you’d rather see this content presented on video/live, check me out at the Outlier conference or ODSC East 2021!

This piece reflects my opinions and not those of any employer.

Beginning

Criteria

Contenders

Tests

Matplotlib

Seaborn

Bokeh

Altair

Plotnine

Plotly

A plotly express example
A graph objects example (It pivots in all directions in jupyter notebooks)

Now What?

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Stephanie Kirmer

Stephanie Kirmer

I’m a Staff Data Scientist at project44 — a company using data to fix the world of logistics. www.stephaniekirmer.com / twitter: @data_stephanie

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