For instance, to visualize the distribution of a particular column, you can use the hist() function. Similarly, to understand the relationship between two variables, scatter plots can be plotted using the plot.scatter() function.

Fun with Pandas!

Lastly, while Pandas is a powerful tool for data analysis, it also has a fun side! Just think of the library’s name, inspired by the term “panel data”. And who can resist a cute panda analyzing data?

In conclusion, the Pandas library in Python offers a plethora of functionalities that make EDA a breeze. From loading data to visualization, Pandas has got you covered. So, the next time you’re about to embark on a data analysis journey, ensure you have Pandas by your side!

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