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Learn to Create a High-Low Chart Using Python With Data From CoinDesk (2020)

By: & Published: 2021 | Product: SAGE Research Methods: Data Visualization
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This dataset outlines how to create a high-low chart from Bitcoin price data, using a dataset from CoinDesk and the Python programming language. High-low charts are most often used to visualize changes in stock price or other financial market data over time. A high-low chart is composed of parallel vertical lines, usually showing highest and lowest points by the line end points, and opening and closing values with horizontal ticks on either side of the main line. The high-low chart uses primarily length, relative location, and color to encode values. You will learn to identify ideal use cases and best practices for employing this visualization type in your work. The dataset file is accompanied by a Student Guide and a How-to Guide for creating this chart type using Python.

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