There are many Python libraries and tools that are commonly used for data visualization, including:
- Matplotlib: A library for creating static, animated, and interactive plots and charts. It is widely used for creating a wide range of plots and charts, including line plots, scatter plots, bar plots, and heatmaps.
- Seaborn: A library for data visualization, built on top of Matplotlib, it provides a high-level interface for creating attractive statistical graphics. It has more advanced visualization capabilities than Matplotlib and is particularly well suited for visualizing complex datasets.
- Plotly: An open-source library that allows to create interactive visualizations. It can create a wide range of plot types, including scatter plots, line plots, bar plots, and heatmaps. It allows you to create interactive visualizations that can be embedded in web pages.
- Bokeh: A library that allows to create interactive visualizations that can be run in a web browser. It is good for creating visualizations that can be embedded in web pages, and it has the ability to handle large data sets.
- ggplot: A library for creating plots and charts that are based on the Grammar of Graphics. It is an implementation of the ggplot2 library from R in Python.
- Altair: A declarative visualization library for Python, based on the Vega-Lite visualization grammar. It’s easy to use, and it allows creating interactive and complex visualizations with a simple code.
- Networkx: A library for creating and manipulating graphs and networks. It can be used to create visualizations of networks, such as social networks and transportation networks.
- Dash: A web-based framework for building interactive data visualization applications. It allows building web-based visualizations of data using Plotly and other libraries.
These are just a few examples of the many Python tools available for data visualization. The best tool for a specific task will depend on the particular use case and requirements.