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Add visualizations with JavaScript, Python, R, or [insert format here] #11

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donnemartin opened this Issue Jan 18, 2016 · 6 comments

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donnemartin commented Jan 18, 2016

From the FAQ:

Can We See Visualizations in JavaScript, Python, R or ...?

Interested in contributing? Please post here with how you'd like to help. We can break this ticket up based on viz format (D3, matplotlib, ggplot, etc) if there is enough interest.

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mattharley Feb 5, 2016

this javascript library (based on D3) would be a great way to bootstrap the project:

https://dc-js.github.io/dc.js/

mattharley commented Feb 5, 2016

this javascript library (based on D3) would be a great way to bootstrap the project:

https://dc-js.github.io/dc.js/

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Looks great, thanks for the tip.

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donnemartin commented Feb 5, 2016

Looks great, thanks for the tip.

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datnamer Feb 6, 2016

I'd suggest bokeh: http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/

Quite natural as a web data vis tool for python.

datnamer commented Feb 6, 2016

I'd suggest bokeh: http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/

Quite natural as a web data vis tool for python.

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I saw bokeh in action at Pycon 2015 and was really impressed.

Plotly could also work: https://plot.ly/python/.

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donnemartin commented Feb 7, 2016

I saw bokeh in action at Pycon 2015 and was really impressed.

Plotly could also work: https://plot.ly/python/.

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ColinEberhardt Feb 10, 2016

Hi @donnemartin thanks for sharing this great data, I've used it to create some similar visualizations using D3 and d3fc (a component library for building charts):

http://colineberhardt.github.io/d3fc-github-viz/

Hope you like it :-)

ColinEberhardt commented Feb 10, 2016

Hi @donnemartin thanks for sharing this great data, I've used it to create some similar visualizations using D3 and d3fc (a component library for building charts):

http://colineberhardt.github.io/d3fc-github-viz/

Hope you like it :-)

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@ColinEberhardt great work! I opened a PR to link to your visualizations: #21

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donnemartin commented Feb 11, 2016

@ColinEberhardt great work! I opened a PR to link to your visualizations: #21

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