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Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
May 1, 2020
Duration
1h 15m
Description

Plotly.js is an open source JavaScript library for creating graphs and dashboards. In this course, Build Your First Data Visualization with Plotly.js, you'll learn how to use Plotly.js to plot simple and more complex graphs, as well as how to format and customize them. First, you'll explore the basic requirements to use Plotly.js and build basic graphs with the starter set of formatting and customization options. Next, you'll discover more advanced features and customization and formatting options, such as annotations, legends, and subplots. Finally, you'll learn how to build on these skills and create more advanced charts with specific examples, such as scientific, financial, and statistical charts. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of a multitude of graphs that can be built with Plotly.js, and you'll be familiar with simple and advanced customization and formatting options to build your own Plotly.js graphs.

About the author
About the author

Victoria Clark is a Financial Management Consultant with a background in Finance projects and systems, and her current interest is the how finance is evolving for the Digital Age.

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Course Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. Welcome to my course. Build your first started visualization with plucky dot Js. I'm a financial management consultant with a background in finance automation projects and systems. Broadly, the Js is an open source JavaScript library for creating graphs and dashboards and creates embedded charts and websites or interactive presentations. Some of the major topics we will cover include and a review of plot li dot Js what it does and how it works. Build your own basic chart types and plot leader Js, including scatter plots, line graphs and bar charts and even more advanced customization options. Impliedly dot Js, including legions, annotations, responsive layouts, shapes and subplots, and even more, build your own advance choc tops, including specific examples of statistical, financial and scientific charts with real life examples. By the end of this course, you'll know the fundamentals of daughter visualization with flatly dot Js and be able to write code that uses it and display your own charts on your website. Before beginning the course, you should have some basic knowledge of JavaScript as well as being able to find a way around with the latest version of visual studio code. Apart from this there really no other prerequisites? I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn the ins and outs of building your first artificial ization with Platini that Js at plural sites.