This cheat-sheet contains the elements of a plot you will most commonly need in a clear and organized fashion, with code and examples. Before you create any plot, it is recommended to scroll through this cheat-sheet to get a clear idea of how you are going to construct the visualization — after all, your plot is only as clear to the audience as it is in your mind.
Steps to creating a visualization
Prepare data accordingly with how many dimensions your plot has (distribution plot has one dimension, boxplot has two, etc.).
Initiate the graph world (the ‘world’ upon which the plot rests) aesthetics, like style or palette.
Create the plot.
Customize the plot with titles, labels, and additional features.