I've recently scraped some textual data from the web and after removing stop-words and punctuations/symbols etc. created a WordCloud to get the most frequent words. What I'm interested in is in knowing if there are other ways of visualizing text data other than a word cloud? (regardless of the purpose)

  • Code Examples are highly welcomed.
  • Links to relevant articles would also be highly appreciated.



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Yes you are on the correct path. Wordclouds can be used to visualize the most frequent words (unigrams). But it can also be used to visualize bigrams , trigrams and so on. These links will be helpful:

Article 1

You can also use the Spacy library to visualize relationships between parts of speech (POS).

Article 2

You can also plot a bar chart between POS and their frequency as shown in this article:

Article 3


  • $\begingroup$ This helps me a lot, the only thing is Article 1 is a member only story on medium, can't refer to it frequently without a membership. Fortunately, I am a member. Other links are accessible freely. Accepting this answer, Thanks! $\endgroup$ Commented Sep 20, 2023 at 11:09
  • $\begingroup$ @FardeenKhan You can try opening it in icognito mode if you are not a member. It works sometimes. Glad to be of help! $\endgroup$
    – spectre
    Commented Sep 21, 2023 at 5:12

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