I love the new look and feel of Spyder 4. As an engineer, I don't do data science all that often, but when I need to process data or work with a couple hundred columns of data, it's wonderful. The new 3D cartesian grid view is really good for working with that data. It's the first version of Spyder that ever looked good to me. The 3D slider view "freeze-panels" feature on the 3D view of the plots is cool, however this is less practical as there seems to be a "factor" of 3 to 1 (roughly) for the range of numbers.
I was not aware of this new feature before, but it is really useful when it comes comes to quickly changing first and last 50 observations in groups. If you have a large file with many groups, you can load it into Spyder quickly and drop into that range easily. Spyder really shines when you have massive aggregations to do, like building your own pivot table, or using the plotting packages to create a nice data visualization. Spyder really makes it easy to get 100s or 1000s of rows into an aggregated view quickly without having to manually search and select regions, and then extrapolate your findings to the rest of the data.
I am not a data analyst. But I do everything else needed to produce the results I want, which means dealing with the data. I find that a lot of the data analysis tools were designed for data scientists, and they don't make it easy for the everyday person to extract the information from the data you generate. Spyder does the hard work for you and presents it in a nice dashboard. I think of it as the future for data analysis.
I'm looking to try out this software. I know that R has something similar, but I was not aware of it's capabilities, so I was very surprised when I saw this. Very easy to use, easy to modify. I like it so far.
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