Command line plotting for python
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because matplotlib is too mainstream (or you broke it like I did). Also good while debugging numerical code.

A python script for command line plotting.

pip install hipsterplot is all you need.

Can plot a list of y values [ys] which works for evenly spaced points, or pairs of lists ([xs], [ys]) which works for heterogeneous x-spacing, or disorder in the x's (scatterplots).

In a given 'pixel', the plotted character depends how many data points map to it, so it can look good on densities.

for example:

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also looks good on noisy data and plots of non-functions:

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More examples in the main function of