visualizing the scatterness of higher dimensional data using python

Cross Validated Asked on January 3, 2022

I have a set of unlabeled data $x in mathbb R^n$, and I want to visualize how scattered those points are using python. In dimension 2, we can just use plt.scatter which is quite straightforward. I wonder whether there is any approach to deal with this in higher dimensions.

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