Python library that lets you create pretty graphs with one-line function calls
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pyCreeper 2.1

INSTALLING DEPENDENCIES

Make sure you have Python 3.5 installed, along with matplotlib, scipy and numpy. E.g., if you are using macports:

sudo port install python35

sudo port install py35-numpy

sudo port install py35-scipy

sudo port install py35-matplotlib

INCLUDING pyCreeper IN YOUR PROJECT

Include the following directory in your python path, e.g. in ~/.profile:

export PYTHONPATH="${PYTHONPATH}:/DIRECTORY_WHERE_DOWNLOADED/pyCreeper-master/python"

You can then use pyCreeper in your code as

import pyCreeper

pyCreeper.crGraphs.createLinePlot(myData)

VIEWING ONLINE DOCUMENTATION

The project's documentation can be found on http://pycreeper.lenkaspace.net/

BUILDING DOCUMENTATION

Documentation can be built using sphinx.

  1. Make sure you have sphinx for Python 3.5 installed.

E.g., if you are using macports:

sudo port install py35-sphinx

sudo port select --set sphinx py35-sphinx

Other examples on http://www.sphinx-doc.org/en/1.4.8/install.html

  1. Install the rtd theme via:

sudo port install py35-sphinx_rtd_theme

(Make sure to install the 0.2.4 version)

  1. Build

To build, remain in the root directory of this folder and type

make doc

  1. View

To view the documentation, go to doc/build/html/index.html