I think this question is less about Bokeh (or D3, or matplotlib, or any tool) and more about visual display of quantitative information. What story are you trying to tell with this data? What would it look like if you were to draw it with pencil and paper?
150 categorical variables is a lot. Maybe you can consolidate to fewer labels and color based on that. Making a scatter plot based on the two numerical columns might suggest cluster labels, or you might have some prior knowledge about this data set.
On Sat, Feb 27, 2016 at 10:17 PM Mudit Uppal [email protected] wrote:
Okay, I’m a lil lost on how I can put 3 dimensions in 1 chart? If I have something like:
Number of Posts
Pop & Culture
This is just a sample… I have like 150 more rows so I can’t use color as a dimension… Any ideas appreciated on how to visualize this in a any chart.
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