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 Alternative ways of plotting confusion matrix
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Hi all,

I was wondering if you would be able to offer some advise on alternative ways of plotting confusions matrices. This is not strictly a question about code related to data science so i apologise if this post is misplaced!

I have built a keras model and would like to plot the models predictions. I personally love the confusion matrix and think its very clear and easy to understand! However, there are several labels in the model, so I feel like it would be a bit too much to plot confusion matrix after confusion matrix as well as having to explain how to interpret it in presentations etc...

Apart from something like a stacked bar chart, have you guys used other really nice ways of plotting class predictions which are visually appealing and easy to understand?

Any advice would be much appreciated, i am scratching my head a little!

Thank you!
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