A choropleth map displays divided geographical areas or regions that are coloured in relation to a numeric variable. This section explains how to build static choropleth with
geoplot, and interactive versions with tools like
Choropleth map with
Geoplot is a python library for geospatial data visualization. It works pretty well with
geopandas, another library made to deal with geospatial data objects.
Geoplot has a
choropleth() function that allows to build a choropleth map easily as shown in the example below.
Folium for google maps style choropleth maps
Folium is a wrapper of the
Folium is quite straightforward thanks to the
Plotly for interactive choropleth maps
Seaborn is another great alternative to build an area chart with
python. The below examples show how to start basic, apply usual customization, and use the small multiple technique for when you have several groups to compare.