This version supports plotting of (x,y) and (DateTime,y) data #2

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LukeAllen commented Dec 8, 2014

Thanks for making this wrapper; it's been very helpful. I've added the capability to plot a series of (DateTime * float) data. It might be useful to other people also. I also did some light internal refactoring to support multiple data types (Data.Data changed to Data.DataY)

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Merge pull request #2 from LukeAllen/master
This version supports plotting of (x,y) and (DateTime,y) data

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Nice, thanks for the contribution!

I have not actively touched this project for a while, but it is certainly still useful. Do you plan using it a bit more in the future? If so, perhaps it would make sense to move it to http://github.com/fsprojects so that more people know about it & contribute - and I'd be happy to give you the necessary rights for maintaining this.

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Nice, thanks for the contribution!

I have not actively touched this project for a while, but it is certainly still useful. Do you plan using it a bit more in the future? If so, perhaps it would make sense to move it to http://github.com/fsprojects so that more people know about it & contribute - and I'd be happy to give you the necessary rights for maintaining this.

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Hey,
I am planning to use it more in the future. A couple people at my startup are using it too; it seemed a bit nicer for quick data science work than the Charting library. I'd be up for maintaining it. (I want to add some 3D plot options eventually.)

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Hey,
I am planning to use it more in the future. A couple people at my startup are using it too; it seemed a bit nicer for quick data science work than the Charting library. I'd be up for maintaining it. (I want to add some 3D plot options eventually.)

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Cool - I'll create the proper infrastructure (based on https://github.com/fsprojects/ProjectScaffold) so that we can add documentation, tests & release management to this; transfer it to fsprojects and add you as an owner then!

Give me a couple of days though...

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Cool - I'll create the proper infrastructure (based on https://github.com/fsprojects/ProjectScaffold) so that we can add documentation, tests & release management to this; transfer it to fsprojects and add you as an owner then!

Give me a couple of days though...

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@LukeAllen OK - so I used the ProjectScaffold template, moved this to the "fsprojects" repo and send you an invite to make you a part of the admin team. I guess it's still best to send improvements as pull requests (so that others can review), but you're very welcome to add more features etc. to the project!

If you have not seen ProjectScaffold before, then here is a documentation for how it works: http://fsprojects.github.io/ProjectScaffold/

I'm going to add some basic text to the readme, documentation etc. and release a version of this to NuGet.

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tpetricek commented Dec 16, 2014

@LukeAllen OK - so I used the ProjectScaffold template, moved this to the "fsprojects" repo and send you an invite to make you a part of the admin team. I guess it's still best to send improvements as pull requests (so that others can review), but you're very welcome to add more features etc. to the project!

If you have not seen ProjectScaffold before, then here is a documentation for how it works: http://fsprojects.github.io/ProjectScaffold/

I'm going to add some basic text to the readme, documentation etc. and release a version of this to NuGet.

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Awesome; thanks!

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Awesome; thanks!

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Still working on this, but I already got the project scaffold to generate a simple tutorial page (with not much content): http://fsprojects.github.io/FnuPlot/tutorial.html

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tpetricek commented Dec 16, 2014

Still working on this, but I already got the project scaffold to generate a simple tutorial page (with not much content): http://fsprojects.github.io/FnuPlot/tutorial.html

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(Also, I renamed this to "FnuPlot" because I wanted to avoid using the top-level "FSharp" namespace, which is probably better left only for high-quality core libraries. FnuPlot sounds a bit silly, but it's the best I could come up with while ordering a coffee :-))

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(Also, I renamed this to "FnuPlot" because I wanted to avoid using the top-level "FSharp" namespace, which is probably better left only for high-quality core libraries. FnuPlot sounds a bit silly, but it's the best I could come up with while ordering a coffee :-))

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