Create a Scatter Plot with SeaBorn – Python Pandas

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SactterPlot in Seaborn is used to draw a scatter plot with possibility of several semantic groupings. The seaborn.scatterplot() is used for this.

Let’s say the following is our dataset in the form of a CSV file − Cricketers.csv

At first, import the required 3 libraries −

import seaborn as sb
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

Load data from a CSV file into a Pandas DataFrame −

dataFrame = pd.read_csv("C:\\Users\\amit_\\Desktop\\Cricketers.csv")

Plotting scatterplot with Age and Weight (kgs). The hue parameter set as "Role" −

sb.scatterplot(dataFrame['Age'],dataFrame['Weight'], hue=dataFrame['Role'])

Example

Following is the code −

import seaborn as sb
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

# Load data from a CSV file into a Pandas DataFrame:
dataFrame = pd.read_csv("C:\\Users\\amit_\\Desktop\\Cricketers.csv")

# plotting scatterplot with Age and Weight (kgs)
# hue parameter set as "Role"
sb.scatterplot(dataFrame['Age'],dataFrame['Weight'], hue=dataFrame['Role'])

plt.ylabel("Weight (kgs)")
plt.show()

Output

This will produce the following example −

Example

Let us see another example, wherein we haven’t set the hue parameter. Following is the code −

import seaborn as sb
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

# Load data from a CSV file into a Pandas DataFrame:
dataFrame = pd.read_csv("C:\\Users\\amit_\\Desktop\\Cricketers.csv")

# plotting scatterplot with Age and Weight
# weight in kgs
sb.scatterplot(dataFrame['Age'],dataFrame['Weight'])

plt.ylabel("Weight (kgs)")
plt.show()

Output

This will produce the following output −

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Published on 01-Oct-2021 12:00:13
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