A 2D Histogram, sometimes called a Density Plot, shows the joint distribution of two columns of data. It counts and buckets data points in each column together, and creates a heatmap with the frequency of those buckets. A 2D histogram can be helpful to see how many data points fall into a pair of related categories. Features include:
Automatically detect categorical or numeric data for each column
Set the heatmap color and title
Change the number of bins for each axis with a slider, from many small bins to fewer large ones
Sample data showing all combinations of categorical and numerical data
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