Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 25, 2020
Duration
41m
Description

There has been an explosion of data and abundance of data sources post-2010. If you’re a data analyst or are involved in data-driven decision making for your organization, understanding the data you’re provided with or obtained becomes crucial.

In this course, Building Visualizations with MATLAB, you'll focus on a key component in understanding your data - data visualization - and MATLAB has plenty of options to do just that.

First, you’ll start off with what data visualization is and why you need it. Next, you’ll see what univariate and bivariate visualizations are and how they could influence decision making in a business case scenario.

Finally, you’ll learn how to customize the visualizations you created before by adding and manipulating elements like titles, grids, subplots etc.

When you're finished with this course, you'll be able to produce and customize visualizations from any given dataset through MATLAB.

About the author
About the author

Pratheerth is a freelance Data Scientist who has entered the field after an eclectic mix of educational and work experiences.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi, everyone. My name is Pratheerth Padman, and welcome to my course, Building Visualizations with MATLAB. Currently, I'm a freelance data scientist. I used to work in manufacturing, but because of my love for all things data, I completely pivoted to data science. We've all heard about the explosion of data and the abundance of data sources, post 2010. If you're a data analyst or are involved in data‑driven decision making for your organization, understanding the data you're provided with, or obtain, becomes crucial. A key component in understanding your data, is data visualization, and MATLAB has plenty of options to do just that. Exploring those tools and options is what you'll be learning in this course. Some of the media topics that we cover include, exploring univariate and bivariate visualizations, customizing visualizations, and adding interactivity to your visualizations. When you're finished with this course, you'll be able to produce and customize visualizations from any given dataset through MATLAB. There are two prerequisites for the course. First, would be a beginner to intermediate‑level knowledge of programming in MATLAB. Secondly, some basic data analysis literacy would also be very helpful. I hope you'll join me on this journey to create beautiful and functional visualizations with the Building Visualizations with MATLAB course at Pluralsight.