What is polar plots explain with example.
Polar plots or we can polar charts is used for representation of data along with the radial and angular axes, with the function of plotly express it is possible to represent the polar data as a scatter markers by using the code px.scatter_polar, and for lines px.line_polar. Radia and the angular coordinates are given with the "r" and "theta" arguments of px.scatter_polar whereas the "theta" data is categorical but the numerical data is possible too and the most common case.
import plotly.express as px
Sample_data = px.data.wind() Sample_data.head()
fig = px.scatter_polar(Sample_data, r="frequency", theta="direction", color="strength", symbol="strength", color_discrete_sequence=px.colors.sequential.Plasma_r) fig.show()