Palette diagram: A Python package for visualization of collective categorical data

11/03/2020
by   Chihiro Noguchi, et al.
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Categorical data, wherein a numerical quantity is assigned to each category (nominal variable), are ubiquitous in data science. A palette diagram is a visualization tool for a large number of categorical datasets, each comprising several categories.

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