A Dramatic Tour through Python’s Data Visualization Landscape (including ggplot and Altair) — Regress to Impress

Why Even Try, Man? I recently came upon Brian Granger and Jake VanderPlas’s Altair, a promising young visualization library. Altair seems well-suited to addressing Python’s ggplot envy, and its tie-in with JavaScript’s Vega-Lite grammar means that as the latter develops new functionality (e.g., tooltips and zooming), Altair benefits — seemingly for free! Indeed, I was so […]

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A Dramatic Tour through Python’s Data Visualization Landscape (including ggplot and Altair) — Regress to Impress

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