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Add example script making a Joy Divsion plot #1238
It's even simpler if you're not fussy, but where's the fun in that?
g = sns.FacetGrid(df, row="g", hue="g", aspect=12, size=.5, palette="tab10") g.map(sns.kdeplot, "x", clip_on=False, shade=True, alpha=1, bw=.25, lw=1.5) g.add_legend(title="") g.set_titles("") g.fig.subplots_adjust(hspace=-.25) g.despine(bottom=True, left=True) g.set(yticks=)
Jul 15, 2017
I don't know... Yes it is a popular gimmick nowadays, but I think it would be useful in
Particularly, it would fill in a gap where we currently have no high-level way to facet
Whether it is as a useful visualisation feature, that's subjective, but in my opinion it's great if:
I think I've seen a similar visualisation in the lab as well, I think FACS uses a similar visualisation for its results, which means people familiar with it would find these easy to understand too.