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Comparing Shops | Visualizing Data
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Analyzing and Visualizing Real-World Data

Comparing ShopsComparing Shops

As you can see, all of these points are related to the 'pre-Christmas' periods, as we noticed before. Now, let's use visualizing tools to compare the revenue for shops. We already know the top 5 selling stores, but are other shops significantly worse? We'll find out using a bar chart.

Task

  1. Prepare the data: group the values of the df DataFrame based on the 'Store' column, then select the 'Weekly_Sales' column, calculate sum values across groups, and reset the indexes. Save the result within the data variable.
  2. Initialize a bar plot. Use the 'Store' column values of data for the x-axis, 'Weekly_Sales' for the y-axis, and make bars 'blue'.
  3. Display the plot.

Everything was clear?

Section 4. Chapter 6
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course content

Course Content

Analyzing and Visualizing Real-World Data

Comparing ShopsComparing Shops

As you can see, all of these points are related to the 'pre-Christmas' periods, as we noticed before. Now, let's use visualizing tools to compare the revenue for shops. We already know the top 5 selling stores, but are other shops significantly worse? We'll find out using a bar chart.

Task

  1. Prepare the data: group the values of the df DataFrame based on the 'Store' column, then select the 'Weekly_Sales' column, calculate sum values across groups, and reset the indexes. Save the result within the data variable.
  2. Initialize a bar plot. Use the 'Store' column values of data for the x-axis, 'Weekly_Sales' for the y-axis, and make bars 'blue'.
  3. Display the plot.

Everything was clear?

Section 4. Chapter 6
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