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· 21 min read
Mehdi Allahyari

In the first part of this tutorial, we performed exploratory data analysis on our dataset using Python. We processed and cleaned the data, and created some insightful visualizations using Python libraries such as Pandas, Matplotlib, and Seaborn.

In this second part, we will take things to the next level by creating an interactive dashboard using React and D3. Our dashboard will consist of multiple linked visualizations, such as bar charts, heatmaps, and word clouds, that will allow users to explore and analyze the data in real-time.

· 19 min read
Mehdi Allahyari

Exploring job trends in the data science industry can reveal insights into the skills and experience employers are seeking, and help job seekers identify promising career opportunities. In this blog post, we will take a deep dive into a dataset of data science jobs in the US, exploring trends in job titles, companies, and job announcement platforms. We will also use topic modeling to extract insights from job titles. Finally, we will build an interactive dashboard with React and D3 to visualize our findings in a way that allows users to explore and analyze the data in real-time.

· 14 min read
Mehdi Allahyari

Data visualization is a powerful tool that enables us to extract insights from large datasets, understand complex relationships between variables, and communicate results in a clear and compelling way. One particularly useful type of visualization for exploring data distributions is the ridge plot, which displays the density of data along a single axis.