If your data contains text and you want to have interesting visualization out of your data. Instead of showing it in graphs (bar/line) which are not strongly associated with the idea of text analysis. It is way better and interesting to apply Wordcloud.

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This tutorial is here to give you a simple and easy way to visualize your text data using Wordcloud in Python.

Firstly, this is a list of tools and packages you need:

from wordcloud import WordCloud
from PIL import Image
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

Why we need such packages?

Wordcloud: to generate from the text the image in the form of wordcloud.

PIL .. image: your Python now can open and read the file in the form of an image (.jpg, or .png).

Numpy and pandas are there as we need to use them to process our data.

Matplotlib for visualization display.

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