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Density Plot As A Richer Alternative to Scatter Plot
Scatter plots are extremely useful for visualizing two sets of numerical variables. But when you have, say, thousands of data points, scatter plots can get too dense to interpret.
A density plot can be a good choice in such cases. It depicts the distribution of points using colors (or contours). This makes it easy to identify regions of high and low density.
Moreover, it can easily reveal clusters of data points that might not be obvious in a scatter plot.
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