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Overview

Krisk bring Echarts to Python Data Science Ecosystem, and helpful tools for high level statistical interactive visualization.

Dependencies

  • Python 3.5 (Python 2.7 should be supported, haven't test it yet)
  • Jupyter Notebook 4.2.x
  • Pandas 0.18.x
  • Echarts 3.2.1 (built-in)

Install

pip install jupyter pandas krisk
jupyter nbextension install --py krisk --sys-prefix
jupyter nbextension enable  --py krisk --sys-prefix

Tutorials

What It Does

  • Chart Integration with Jupyter Notebook, widgets, and Dashboard.
  • Statistical interactive visualization
  • Ability backed by Echarts (Toolbox, Transition, Tooltip, etc.)

What It Doesn't Do

Krisk won't implement all features of Echarts. For more advanced usage, Krisk users can use JSON option (or HTML) output produced by Krisk to optimize in Javascript.

Only basic charts are supported for explanation visualization. The plan will support:

  • More complex line, bar, scatter, and histogram.
  • Geoscatter plot
  • Time Series

Of course, contributions are welcome to support all chart types and advanced features.

Motivation for Another Visualization Library

Krisk is targeted for building interactive dashboard application on top of two key components of Jupyter framework, ipywidgets and Jupyter Dashboard.

Krisk is also act as tool to support reproducible chart by utilizing pandas DataFrame as data input.

How to Contribute

To contribute and unit tests your changes, please do the following,

  1. Fork this repository
  2. Clone this repo and do unit test,
pip install coverage pytest
git clone https://github.com/your-username/krisk.git
cd krisk
coverage run --source krisk -m py.test

License

New BSD