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Scientific Computing with Scala by Vytautas Jančauskas

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Chapter 8. Scientific Plotting with Scala

Plotting is often the most convenient and quickest way of analyzing data. Visualizing your data can give you all sorts of insights into what you are dealing with. Common plots, such as histograms, scatter plots, bar plots, and box-and-whisker plots, are often invaluable tools for exploratory statistical analysis.

In this chapter, we will explore several options for dealing with plotting in Scala. We will see how to do the most basic plots with all of them. There are many popular libraries for plotting. Examples include matplotlib, seaborn for Python, and ggplot2 for the R programming language. There aren't as many options for Scala as there are for languages that have been around longer. Those that are ...

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