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Pokemon Go and EDA visualisation

Pokemon Go is (was…) a very popular game on mobile platforms where players act as Pokemon Trainers and try to catch various Pokemons around the globe. 1,350 more words


MATPLOTLIB Tutorial Series | Part 4

Note: This article has also featured on geeksforgeeks.org

Matplotlib is a pretty extensive library which supports Animations of graphs as well.
The animation tools center around the… 1,101 more words


OpenWeatherMap forecast with matplotlib

A basic example getting some data from a REST service and plotting a chart with Python and matplotlib. 414 more words

Plotting celestial objects with Hy and matplotlib

The theme of using Jupyter and Calysto Hy continue with this posting. This time I’m going to throw matplotlib into mix and see if I can make some neat looking graphs about planets and their trajectories. 2,657 more words


Analyzing Baseball Data with Numpy and Pandas

This is one of my projects at Udacity Data Analyst Nanodegree program. The analysis is based on Lahman’s Baseball Database. The database contains pitching, hitting, and fielding statistics for Major League Baseball from 1871 through 2015. 7 more words

Data Analysis

Edmonton Crime and Incidents, from 2009 to 2016

The dataset was downloaded from Open Data Edmonton Website. It contains monthly Edmonton Police Service reported criminal incident count data at the neighbourhood level from January 2009 to October 2016. 7 more words

Data Analysis

Heat map subplots sharing same color bar pandas with seaborn

Make sure you have pandas and seaborn installed

fig, (ax0,ax1) = plt.subplots(1, 2, sharex=True, sharey=True)
cbar_ax = fig.add_axes([.91,.3,.03,.4])
sns.heatmap(pd1.corr(),ax=ax0,cbar=True,vmin=-1,vmax=1,cbar_ax = cbar_ax)
sns.heatmap(pd2.corr(),ax=ax1,cbar=True,vmin=-1,vmax=1,cbar_ax = cbar_ax)
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