An adult breathes about 15,000 liters of air every day so air quality is a very important factor in our lives. If this air is polluted, it will get into our lungs, blood stream and it can even be carried to our brains, causing severe health problems. Air quality also affects our natural environment — it causes acidification and eutrophication of our ecosystems which reduces agricultural productivity and causes irreversible damage to ecosystems.
As environmental issues become more pressing, extracting insights from data will become more and more important. To learn more about the importance of air quality and how to analyze air quality data using Python Pandas and Plotly, check out our blog post on Medium.