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How can code repetition be prevented when using (box)plot functions?

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answered 2022-01-21 16:00:00 +0000

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Code repetition can be prevented when using (box)plot functions by defining a function that takes in the data, x-axis categorical variable, y-axis continuous variable, and group variable, and returns a (box)plot. This function can be reused multiple times with different input data, avoiding code duplication.

Additionally, libraries such as ggplot and seaborn provide pre-built functions for creating (box)plots with various options and customization features, eliminating the need for writing custom code for each plot. These functions can be used to create similar (box)plots with minimal coding effort.

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