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In Plotly, the express module is a high-level interface designed to simplify the creation of interactive and visually appealing plots by providing easy-to-use functions for a wide range of chart types, including line charts, scatter plots, bar charts, and more, allowing users to generate complex visualizations with minimal code.

Syntax

import plotly.express as px

express

.bar()
Generates a chart representing categorical data with vertical bars.
.line()
Creates line charts, also known as line plots or line graphs.
.scatter()
Creates a scatter plot, which displays data points based on their values on the x and y axes.
.violin()
Generates a violin plot that displays the distribution of numeric data across different categories.

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