MATPLOTLIB in one video

This tutorial is brought to you by DataCamp. The tutorial does the most in rigorously explaining the little bits and pieces of the wonderful Matplotlib. Matplotlib is a comprehensive library for creating static, animated, and interactive visualizations in Python. Matplotlib makes easy things easy and hard things easier.

Contents of this lecture are partitioned as follows:
00:00:00 Introduction
00:00:58 What is MATPLOTLIB ?
00:01:56 Installing MATPLOTLIB
00:02:22 Pyplot
00:04:35 Plot Formatting
00:06:05 Multiple Plotting
00:08:43 Legend
00:11:43 Keyword String Plotting
00:16:34 Categorical Data Plotting
00:17:24 Bar Plot
00:17:52 Scatter Plot
00:18:38 Subplotting
00:20:27 Figure Size Adjustment
00:21:27 Control Line Properties
00:22:43 Multiple Figures & Axes
00:25:43 Text Manipulation
00:28:38 Gridding
00:28:56 Plot Limit
00:30:16 Text Annotation
00:35:38 Logarithmic & Nonlinear Scales
00:37:49 Log Scale
00:38:38 Symmetric Log scale
00:39:25 Logistic Scale
00:40:05 imread & imshow
00:42:10 Image Cropping
00:44:03 Barcodes
00:48:23 Layer Images
00:51:42 Alpha Blending
00:53:35 Fill Curves
00:53:59 Koch Snowflake
01:00:59 Rendering Equations with LaTeX
01:05:48 Polar Curves
01:09:59 Summary

Ahmad Bazzi

Ahmad Bazzi is an Electrical Engineer and YouTuber. Ahmad Bazzi is a signal processing engineer at CEVA DSP. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from EURECOM. Ahmad Bazzi is a EURECOM alumni. Ahmad Bazzi obtained his Master studies (Summa Cum Laude) in Electrical Engineering at SUPELEC, Paris. Ahmad Bazzi has many publications in well-known IEEE conferences, including a nomination award and is a co-inventor in several patents. Ahmad Bazzi dedicates time to publish high level lectures on Mathematics (including convex optimization) and Programming. Ahmad Bazzi also focuses on Machine Learning, Convex Optimization, Linear Algebra, Python, SymPy, NumPy, Pandas, CVXOPT, MATLAB, C++ for firmware systems.

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