Programming is hard, especially at the beginning.
Don't make it yourself any harder!
Start with Data Visualization.
It's easier to understand programming with visual changes than abstract coding ("make a program that prints even numbers").
Get on Jupyter, a code editor. Here is the link to [download the program](anaconda.com/products/individual.
Your first lines of code should be as follows:
import seaborn as sns df = sns.load_dataset('tips') sns.scatterplot(x='total_bill', y='tip', data=df)
You would get a plot that should look like this one ↓
To configure the behaviour of the function, you should configure the code as follows:
sns.scatterplot(x='total_bill', y='tip', data=df, color='red')
This simple change helps you to understand a couple of core concepts in programming:
sns.scatteplot()are used to make things in programming (a plot in this case).
You use parameters
color='red'to configure the function's behaviour.
Feel free and welcome to ask me anything in the comments below, it will be my pleasure to help you out 🤗