matplotlib is not the only game in town for plotting with Python. There are several other visualization libraries that are very powerful. One of them is
seaborn is actually based on
matplotlib, so it contains similar functionality but makes more visually appealing plots with minimal coding.
To learn more about
seaborn, visit the following website:
Before we can get started with
seaborn, we will need to install it using either PyCharm or manually through the command line:
pip install seaborn
Once it is installed we can call the module into our Jupyter Notebook using the following command:
import seaborn as sb
We can plot a histogram using
VacationHours with the following script:
sb.distplot(VacationHours, kde = False, rug=True)
When the script is executed, we can see the following histogram built with
rug parameter is set to
True. This feature allows for the short rug-like bars at the bottom...