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Gaining Insights with Data Visualization

## Gaining Insights with Data Visualization

# Bar Plots

A **bar plot**, also known as a bar chart or bar graph, is a graphical representation of data using **bars of different heights**. It is used to display quantitative data, with the length of each bar representing the magnitude of the data.

Bar plots are particularly useful for displaying and **comparing values** across different categories or groups. They allow for clear visualization of large datasets, facilitating comparisons and highlighting patterns and trends. Additionally, bar plots can help in understanding the **relationships between different variables** by using various visual modifications such as colors and patterns.

Task

- Import the
`numpy`

library with the`np`

alias. - Use the appropriate function to create a bar plot based on
`bars`

and`height`

. - Display the resulting plot.

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A **bar plot**, also known as a bar chart or bar graph, is a graphical representation of data using **bars of different heights**. It is used to display quantitative data, with the length of each bar representing the magnitude of the data.

Bar plots are particularly useful for displaying and **comparing values** across different categories or groups. They allow for clear visualization of large datasets, facilitating comparisons and highlighting patterns and trends. Additionally, bar plots can help in understanding the **relationships between different variables** by using various visual modifications such as colors and patterns.

Task

- Import the
`numpy`

library with the`np`

alias. - Use the appropriate function to create a bar plot based on
`bars`

and`height`

. - Display the resulting plot.