@TangentJ what is your actual question? There does not appear to be a question above. Also please edit your post to use block code formatting so that the code is intelligible (either with the </> icon on the editing toolbar, or triple backtick ``` fences around the code blocks)
Im trying to figure out how to make a graph with these modifications :
Create the following visualization (i.e. scatterplot) that shows the relationship between the total vaccinations (x axis) and people fully vaccinated (y axis) for the states of California, Colorado, and Texas.
I don’t know how to single out the three states from the rest.
I tried this cal=df[df['location']=='California']
but my code will not work.
Just FYI @TangentJ this is a support forum specifically for the Bokeh plotting library, but that question (how to take subsets of data from a dataframe) is a question about how to use Pandas. That would be better asked on Stack Overflow