## Watch this if you want to LEARN MATPLOTLIB for PYTHON!

Matplotlib Tutorial – This is a tutorial on using matplotlib with python for data visualisation.

The tutorial starts at 1:25
Iris Flower Data Set at 2:39
2D plot at 4:11
3D plot at 5:11
Difference between pyplot and fig classes 5:45
Illustration explaining anatomy of matplotlib figure 11:18
Matplotlib learning resources 12:07

Matplotlib tutorial page https://matplotlib.org/tutorials/introductory/pyplot.html#sphx-glr-tutorials-introductory-pyplot-py
Python Data Science Handbook
https://github.com/jakevdp/PythonDataScienceHandbook/blob/master/notebooks/04.00-Introduction-To-Matplotlib.ipynb

Iris Flower Data Set Information
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iris_flower_data_set

Music by http://www.bensound.com

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### Comment List

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I make my lab graphics with this module

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I have been following some other YouTube channels for a long time. But, Just heard about your videos yesterday and love the way how you explain codes and the theory behind them. So far the best channel related to data science and python. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR TEACHING US

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

How did i survive without your videos!? I can't belive that you have just 25k views. Im from chile and i think this video is better than the most spanish videos (sorry i don't speak english very well)

good job!! I love it

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I cant stop telling I love you man..

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

You are my Python God 🙂

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Hey! Great video!! I have a huge dataframe with 250 signals.. data length is 3 months every 8 sec… and for doing a 5 signals raw data plot in jupyter is taking about half an hour.. any advice to do it faster? Thanks!!!

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Very concise, yet very insightful especially for beginners. Hey @Python Programmer, can you add more videos towards Machine Learning and implementation of different ML algorithms.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I Love YOu 🤩 thank youuuu

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Thanks

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Giles, the Watcher of Python slayers! >:3

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Awww, man!. You just saved me a ton of time and money. Subbed.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Thank you for the video. I have been watch several your videos, which I like them a lot. I am interested in learning ggplot in Python. Can you make a video in the future? Thank you!

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Amazing!! Thank you so much for explaining the difference between the class and the pyplot way of of making plots… Had me confused for the last couple of weeks!

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I can get it working on Jupiter Lab but not on Pycharm.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

The subplot is not working on my notebook. "1 is not a valid value for sharex; supported values are 'all', 'row', 'col', 'none'

" – The error I am getting.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

You are simply amazing! Don't worry about the fewer views – give it some time and your channel will grow exponential,
Your content is absolutely amazing. Here at Friedrich-Alexander-University you are a star at the mechanic students.😊
All the best

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Thank you so much for making this video.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Recently found your channel and it is absolutely excellent! Thank you so much for putting out such solid content!

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Very userful intro with tips & resource links! I don't understand all of it as they obviously need more study but this video is a great starting point. Many thanks for it. You deserve much more views & subscribers for sure!

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Your videos are pretty clear and short. Subscribed

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

It would be neat to see how you would take a plot and save it as an image file to use elsewhere. Other than print screen that is

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Thank you. Including an overview of good sources and how to approach further exploration is extremely helpful. If only every Youtube video was done like this.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

5:34 – 'Sqaure Numbers' :p

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I have been searching for a video like this to explain matplotlib for so long. How did I never come across this? Tons of stupid tutorials out there, which do not explain anything if you are not completely new to python or data visualization. Thank you!

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

it's very helpful that you helped to explain the matplotlib.pyplot. it's not so intuitive to understand in the beginning.

but really appreciate your effort in explaining everything . great video.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Excellent. Thank you.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Great videos for presentation, but you go over things too fast and have lots of code already wrote with no explanation.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I seriously don't understand how your videos have fewer views compared to other videos on the same topic given that this is probably the most concise and informative video I've stumbled upon after going through a LOT of videos only superficially touching the topic.

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

I have data in csv file. I did df =pd.read_csv('hybrid_1.csv, sep=', ', header=1) put it did nt plot. (inside hybrid_1 csv I have time, Roc1, freq1 and freq2 as data) .

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Hi Giles ! I wonder if you could answer my question that I will ask now ? I dindn't understand matplotlib do you advice me to learn pandas and numpy first? please answer my question I am really intrested in learning python and her libraries because as you now it's areally useful language especially nowadays

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

Could you share the notebook, please?

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

is it possible to use a image as a to accept inputs or options to execute, by selecting the image at certain places and giving the input to the program to execute a certain task? is it possible by matplotlib. or help me find a way

• Python Programmer
November 10, 2020

This is, by far, the best explanation of matplotlib I've come across. Thank you so much for making this video. I've just posted a link to it on DataQuest community because the course is lacking this clarity on this topic. I hope DQ contact you to ask you to review/input into their course!