Seaborn provides a helpful method
jointplot which allows easy access to many kind of plots to compare multiple variables. For example, you can use the
kind paramter to specify and of the following plots
“scatter” | “kde” | “hist” | “hex” | “reg” | “resid”. In this article, we will see how to create a Joint Plot with the Seaborn library.
To create a join plot, we use the
jointplot method. We then need to specify the two variables we want to compare using the x and y named paramters. We can also specify the
kind named paramter to tell Seaborn which plot we would like to see.
import seaborn as sns penguins = sns.load_dataset("penguins") sns.jointplot(data = penguins, x = "bill_length_mm", y = "bill_depth_mm", kind = "scatter")