Exploratory Data Analysis using Autoplotter | iNNovationMerge

Exploratory Data Analysis using Autoplotter

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  • Exploratory Data analysis(EDA) is an approach to extract insights, outliers, required variables and anomalies out of data.
  • EDA is an effective technique to understand summary of data present in spreadsheet.


  • Exploratory Data analysis can be used to
    • Spot anomalies
    • Test hypothesis
    • Check assumptions
    • Perform Investigations


  • Exploratory Data analysis(EDA) is performed using statistics and graphical representations.
  • In the area of Data Science, Exploratory Data Analysis is important approach to be taken before stepping into machine learning or creating models phase.
  • Some of the graphical techniques used in EDA are:
    • Box plot
    • Histogram
    • Multi-vari chart
    • Run chart
    • Pareto chart
    • Scatter plot
    • Stem-and-leaf plot
    • Parallel coordinates
    • Odds ratio
  • Open source python library autoplotter made this analysis easy by providing Graphical User Interface. Autoplotter library is built on top of Dash.

Software’s Required:

  • Python 3.6
  • Browser

Network Requirements

  • Internet to download packages


  • Any Structured Data can be loaded through Pandas(few lines of code) to Autoplotter and we are ready to get started with different types visualizations, statistical analysis, plotting as per the selected columns and create all the major graphical information.
  • Let us explore Relational dataset from IOT devices(temperaure readings) available in Kaggle. For the demonstration purpose we have used only 1000 rows.

Install python package

pip install autoplotter

Read data into pandas dataframe

from autoplotter import run_app
import plotly.express as px
import pandas as pd
df = pd.read_csv('IOT-temp_1000.csv')

autoplotter runs dash on URL

Autoplotter run (Source: iNNovationMerge)

Open URL in browser and Explore

Autoplotter Dashboard (Source: iNNovationMerge)

Data Exploration - Data Distribution

Autoplotter Data Distribtion (Source: iNNovationMerge)

Data Exploration - Statistical Analysis

Autoplotter Statistical Analysis (Source: iNNovationMerge)

Plots by Count - Univariate analysis

Autoplotter Univariate Analysis (Source: iNNovationMerge)

Plots by Variables - Multivariate analysis

Autoplotter Multivariate Analysis (Source: iNNovationMerge)