To plot duplicate columns in Python using the Pandas library, you can follow these steps:

First, import the necessary libraries:

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import pandas as pd import matplotlib.pyplot as plt |

Next, read in your dataset using `pd.read_csv()`

or any other relevant function:

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```
data = pd.read_csv('your_dataset.csv')
``` |

Identify the duplicate columns in your dataset using the `duplicated()`

function:

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```
duplicate_columns = data.columns[data.columns.duplicated()]
``` |

Plot the duplicate columns using the `plot()`

function:

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data[duplicate_columns].plot() plt.show() |

This will plot the duplicate columns from your dataset using matplotlib. You can customize the plot by adding labels, titles, adjusting the plot size, etc.

Remember to replace `'your_dataset.csv'`

with your actual dataset filename or path.

Note: Duplicate columns refer to multiple columns in a DataFrame that have the same column name. This assumes that the duplicate columns contain numeric or continuous data that can be plotted.

## What is the value_counts() function in Pandas?

The `value_counts()`

function in Pandas is a method that can be applied to a Pandas Series to count the frequency of unique values in the Series. It returns a new Series object with the unique values as the index and the count of each unique value as the corresponding value. The resulting Series is sorted in descending order by default.

## What is the mean() function in Pandas?

The mean() function in Pandas is used to calculate the mean (average) of a series or column in a DataFrame. It calculates the arithmetic average of all the values in the specified series or column.

## What is the dtypes property in Pandas?

The `dtypes`

property in pandas is used to identify the data type of each column in a pandas DataFrame. It returns a pandas Series object where the column names are the index and the data type of each column is the corresponding value.

For example, consider a pandas DataFrame `df`

:

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Column1 Column2 Column3 0 1 1.5 True 1 2 2.5 False 2 3 3.5 True |

To get the data types of each column, you can use the `dtypes`

property:

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>>> df.dtypes Column1 int64 Column2 float64 Column3 bool dtype: object |

From the output, you can see that the data type of "Column1" is `int64`

, "Column2" is `float64`

, and "Column3" is a boolean (`bool`

).