Python for Data Visualizations

74 students

Data visualizations put complex data into graphical format so that patterns and trends can be more easily seen. This workshop will provide you with the foundation you need to become a data scientist. After completing this workshop, you will be able to use Python to perform exploratory data analysis with data visualizations. Specifically, you’ll learn how to use:

  • Python’s list comprehension
  • Python’s range( ) and len( ) functions
  • Matplotlib for plotting lines, bar charts, pie charts, histograms and boxplots

You will learn these tools within the context of solving real world data science problems. This workshop features:

  • Two (2) lesson modules with video lectures and interactive Jupyter notebooks
  • Three (3) lesson projects
  • One (1) end of workshop project that demonstrates the use of data visualization in the real world

This is a self-paced workshop that contains assignments without specified due dates. You can progress through the workshop at your own pace or at the speed set by your instructor. This workshop is great for young and/or beginner data scientists and requires no prerequisite programming knowledge.

Prerequisite: Python for Data Science


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