Drawdata: The Coolest Tool To Create Any 2D Dataset By Drawing It
Draw data by dragging the mouse.
Here’s one of the most handy and coolest dummy data creation tools I always use.
When you want some data of a specific shape, programmatically generating it is tedious and time-consuming.
Instead, use Drawdata.
It allows you to draw any 2D dataset in a notebook and export it. You can also use Drawdata to create a histogram and line plot.
How cool is that!
Drawdata is quite handy for me when I wish to compare clustering algorithms on different cluster shapes.
Find more info here: Drawdata.
👉 Over to you: What would you use Drawdata for?
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