I made a loop on categorical grades which plot a certain number of graphics related to this grade. As far as these grades are categorical I was wondering if it would be more interesting to display it in hue. So far I do:
for grade in result.grade.unique(): local_low_dimensional_split = result.loc[result['grade'] == grade] local_low_dimensional_split[['installment','dti','revol_bal','revol_util','inq_last_6mths','delinq_2yrs','pub_rec','loan_status']].hist(color='steelblue', edgecolor='black', linewidth=1.0, grid=False) plt.tight_layout(rect=(0, 0, 2.2, 2.2)) plt.title(str(grade)) # can't display the name plt.show()
I wonder if it would be better to use the hue method : to use one color for each grade and plot the results side by side. However I have 6 categories which might be a lot.
If you're critical of the data visualization, I'm interested. For the moment I have based myself on this article.