Seaborn violin plot for data exploration

Violin plot standsĀ among the less popular visualisation techniques, largely because of its quite ambiguous character. Just like pie chart, it does not give definite numbers, but provides visual representation of possible trends in data, which aids subsequent in-depth analysis of the corpus. Because of that, violin plots are perfect tools for exploratory data analysis, preceding formation of hypotheses and analysis proper.

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