Lecture 5 - Data Visualization with Matplotlib and Seaborn

Lecture video & notebook:

Please use this thread for asking questions.

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Who’s here for the lecture?


how we add a csv file present locally in my PC

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Can we get the exact values by hovering on the marker point??


you have to import pandas as pd for reading the csv file as pd.read_csv(“file name”)
try this it will help.

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No we cannot get values simply by hovering. You can anticipate that by looking at the grid.

Seaborn and Matplotlib renders a image for a graph. So it won’t be interactive, you can check out plotly https://plotly.com/python/ for interactive plots.


i mean how to read it on binder?

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If we get a graph, can we create a dataframe/csv from graph ?

I want to save my commited notebooks of jovain.ml account to my github account? Anyone knows how to do that?

binder is a plateform or the service provider to run your jupyter notebook , but as the explained method is the only way to get read your csv file. (locally) or you can do the use of
flowers_df = sns.load_dataset(“iris”)
which load the data as shown in the notebook.
hope this will help.

You will have to upload it first.

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I don’t think there are straight forward way for this. Since graphs are images it is definitely not possible, probably you can get the values from that plot object.


You should be in a git repo for this to happen.

jovian.commit(message="jovian version commit message",
              git_message="git commit message",

This would do git commit along with jovian commit.

You can then git push to github or gitlab based on your credentials.

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@aakashns can you explain this??

If we want to show graph or bin to horizontal line or along X-axis?

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like this How can this happen?

Check out orient argument in seaborn and orientation in matplotlib