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Data Visualization Workshop: Intro to Data Visualization in Python
September 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
NOTE: Please sign-in at the registration area at the entrance. Thank you!
A hands-on introduction of creating graphs and charts in Python (Pandas). Introduction to some of the basic commands in Python and Pandas while creating introductory graphs. A brief introduction to simple graphics and a small introduction to a more complicated graph (i.e., network diagram). Attendees from the Chicago Data Visualization Meetup. Often, attendees may be UI/UX professionals without data experience; data scientists without visualization/UX experience; or BI professionals without programming experience.
What to Know and Bring
Laptop with Python 3.x installed
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