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    5 projects | | 9 May 2022
    This sounds very vague to me, but Python can probably do what you are imagining. For example, for graphs of statistical relationships between data, there is and If you want to go deeper into machine learning, there is and for example. Also, take a look at for tabular data of different kinds.
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    You better use Python with matplotlib, which is very similar to Matlab.
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    To plot some sensor data I use Plotly or Matplotlib
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