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How to present data in a Juptyer Notebook

By Nick Barth

Updated on March 6, 2024

To effectively present data in Jupyter notebooks, the use of libraries such as Matplotlib, Seaborn, or Plotly is essential. These libraries offer a range of functions to create visualizations that are both informative and aesthetically pleasing. Start by importing the necessary library and loading your dataset. With your data ready, you can use functions to plot graphs, choosing from bar charts, line graphs, scatter plots, or heat maps, depending on the nature of your data and the story you want to tell. Adding titles, axis labels, and legends can help make your data more understandable, while customizing colors and styles can make your visual display more impactful.

In addition to creating visualizations, Jupyter notebooks provide Markdown cells for narrative text that can explain the data and guide the reader through the analysis. Utilizing these cells, one can detail the methodology, interpret the findings, and discuss the implications. Code cells can be organized and comments added to ensure that the data processing steps are clear and reproducible. By combining code, visualizations, and narrative, Jupyter notebooks enable a comprehensive and interactive data presentation that can be easily shared and understood by others.

Nick Barth

Product Engineer

Nick has been interested in data science ever since he recorded all his poops in spreadsheet, and found that on average, he pooped 1.41 times per day. When he isn't coding, or writing content, he spends his time enjoying various leisurely pursuits.

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