Big Data Visualization




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There are so many different ways to visualize data! We’re going to learn about the major types of visualizations (relationships, correlations, comparisons) as well as discuss some of the many powerful visualization tools that are available to us. Google Charts, Tableau, there are a lot! We’ll break down the visualization process along many dimensions, revealing the subtleties that can make or break a chart. Using the plotly library. we’ll visualize a Medium blog post dataset many different ways. Enjoy!

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  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Very useful video

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    the background music/talking is very distracting.

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    holy shit is his hand talking distracting

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Great video! What are the thoughts on power BI? While I am not a huge fan, I still think they are doing some positive things with the R and python integration

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Another awesome video from siraj! just asking @Siraj Raval which country do you belong to?

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    So good! Thanks.

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    I am a subscriber to Plotly online and I think there needs to be a clarification between Plotly offline (free) and online (paid so you can share). The paid online Plotly is agonizing because it has limited documentation on top of the fact that for animations, it cannot handle a large amount of data before timing out. Plus their customer service sucks because I have sent multiple requests over time in their chat box and get a 50% response rate. You can't call them up. The plus side to plotly is that if I want to share a visualization securely to a customer, it's fairly easy and included whereas tableau you have to pay way more. However, if you want to share a dashboard with multiple charts, creating it is painful in Plotly because the sensitivity of the dashboard box expansion is so fickle and frustrating. To be honest I am a little disappointed that Siraj chose plotly because I think there are way better or just as good alternatives. Plotly offline is interactive but I myself don't need interactive visualizations. Interactive visualizations are for the client mostly. If I need graphs for myself, matplotlib or seaborn are great. Tableau is a better alternative for interactive charts in my opinion and tableau can handle a lot more data. I am not going to renew my Plotly online subscription because the lack of documentation and work to make a simple chart are way more time when I can make it in Tableau faster.

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Hai siraj, great content!
    Which is better, bokeh or plotly ??

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Need-to-push-like-button-even-harder-but-Youtube-doesn't-let-me!

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Thanks for the entertaining, AnswerMiner is a good one too.

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Siraj, love you from Indonesia ❤

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    What about Power BI from Microsoft?

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    best part of Dragon Ball! LoL

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    hey siraj, I do a lot of image processing research. Therefore I want to be able to look at large image datasets to make sense of them. Are there any visualization tools that can show me a zoomed out view of an image dataset so I can start to see patterns in the image data?

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Thanks for great video! What is your opinion about altair <https://altair-viz.github.io/gallery/index.html&gt;?

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Hey Siraj, I like python and in many areas it is much better then R, but I dislike this video, because you did not mension GGPLOT2, which is IMO the best visualisation package out there, a single time! There are even adaptations of dplyr and ggplot2 packages in python, because they are still better then pythons tools. One day python might outperform R in visualizations, but now its simply not the case. Thus, if you wanna expend your knowledge to statistical-programming, data wrangling and clear-publication-ready plots, have a look on dplyr's dataframes (and tibbles) and ggplot (shiny etc.). They all part of one amazing package – tidyverse, IMO you can make a video about tidyverse :). Last, but not least, the visualisation of data is one think, but the visualisation of the model outputs and ML-algorithms outputs are also very inportant and deserve an extra video. Cheers

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    This is a really excellent series. Thanks!

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Do you have any video related to network or deep learning visualization? Your video is very excited

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Dataset about pewds beating T series

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Gohan vs Cell epic fight!

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    I think each point in space is like a cone, Moving downwards infinitely smaller to nothing. I think normal light is higher up the cone so it has more distance to travel than say a tachyon which is further down the cone. Both might move at the speed of light but the tachyon has less distance to travel. Same for quantum entanglements where there remains 2 things connected further down the cone. Now dimensions in space is somewhat invisible to humans because we only see things from our perspective on the cone. We can only see the connections on the cone down to a certain level which is why the connection with quantum entanglement is invisible to humans over what we perceive as vast distances, as things get small the connections converge, you get quantum entanglement. Could big data help humans visualize this ?

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    How to make a neural net for fix any python error code plz?

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Siraj, I love you.

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Ah, Hans Rosling. Gone way to soon, despite most likely owning a washing machine.

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    you know he passed the 500K subs threshold, maybe passing the t-series in one day 😀

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    siraj,please make a video about extreme learning machine in your next video.
    thank you

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Is it okay to do a Masters in Data Science right after undergraduate program, considering I have a BSCS degree from top university in my country?

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Good video bro. Please can you make a video on how you make animated charts in ir videos

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    Your gestures are very dramatic.You dance more than you teach.

  • Siraj Raval
    November 18, 2020

    😊I love data visualization

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