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Creating interactive visualizations with Plotly

Abstract

This lesson demonstrates how to create interactive data visualizations in Python with Plotly’s open-source graphing libraries using materials from the Historical Violence Database. This pedagogical publication is not available in document format since it is published online via Github (a programming platform). This is because it is a peer-reviewed Python tutorial for students and researchers and is created entirely through code (Markup & Python) rather than as plain-text. Follow the DOI under Related resources below to access this resource.

Authors

Di Méo, Grace

Oxford Brookes departments

School of Law and Social Sciences

Dates

Year of publication: 2023
Date of RADAR deposit: 2024-01-18


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