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Seaborn Alternatives

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    Flexible and powerful data analysis / manipulation library for Python, providing labeled data structures similar to R data.frame objects, statistical functions, and much more

  • GitHub repo Altair

    Declarative statistical visualization library for Python

  • GitHub repo cheatsheets

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  • GitHub repo ggplot

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  • GitHub repo PandasGUI

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  • GitHub repo JimmyChill

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better seaborn alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where seaborn has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-14.
  • Looking for an online site that generates code for LaTeX graphs up to the complexity of pareto chart | 2021-04-14
    You can make pretty much any plot you want in Python using the matplotlib and seaborn packages (for color and styling) with a much higher-degree of control than you'll get in either LaTeX or Excel.
  • US presidents according to the word count of their wikipedia page [OC]
    Data from wikipedia scrapping, (date 2021-04-08) Make with python 3.6, with wikipedia, pandas and seaborn libraries
  • Plotting in R's ggplot2 vs Python's Matplotlib: Is it just me or is ggplot2 WAY smoother of an experience than Matplotlib?
    I'd agree in that it's a well-specified language for defining graphics; it's not very good with rendering performance. There are packages which try to achieve similar goals in Python as well (ggplot / ggpy) and packages like Seaborn. Though, like you, I use R for lots of EDA. Hard to beat data.table and R graphics for speed and expressiveness. I prefer base graphics though; ggplot2 tends to render too slowly for any data sets I work with.
  • Jim Cramer: Professional Stock Picker or Professional Hack? A Statistical Analysis:
  • Which color scale to use when visualizing data | 2021-03-17