Plotly.NET provides functions for generating and rendering plotly.js charts in .NET programming languages
Table of contents
- Library license
Plotly.NET will be available as 2.0.0 version of its predecessor FSharp.Plotly. The feature roadmap can be seen here. Contributions are very welcome!
Old packages up until version 1.2.2 can be accessed via the old package name FSharp.Plotly here
For applications and libraries
- dotnet CLI
dotnet add package Plotly.NET <version>
- paket CLI
paket add Plotly.NET --version <version>
- package manager
Install-Package Plotly.NET -Version <version>
Or add the package reference directly to your
<PackageReference Include="Plotly.NET" Version="<version>" />
You can include the package via an inline package reference:
#r "nuget: Plotly.NET, <version>"
For dotnet interactive notebooks
You can use the same inline package reference as in script, but as an additional goodie, the interactive extensions for dotnet interactive have you covered for seamless chart rendering:
#r "nuget: Plotly.NET, <version>" #r "nuget: Plotly.NET.Interactive, <version>"
The landing page of our docs contains everything to get you started fast, check it out
Full library reference
The API reference is available
The documentation for this library is automatically generated (using FSharp.Formatting) from *.fsx and *.md files in the docs folder. If you find a typo, please submit a pull request!
prerelease build targets assume that there is a
NUGET_KEY environment variable that contains a valid Nuget.org API key.
Check the build.fsx file to take a look at the build targets. Here are some examples:
# Windows # Build only ./build.cmd # Full release buildchain: build, test, pack, build the docs, push a git tag, publsih thze nuget package, release the docs ./build.cmd -t release # The same for prerelease versions: ./build.cmd -t prerelease # Linux/mac # Build only build.sh # Full release buildchain: build, test, pack, build the docs, push a git tag, publsih thze nuget package, release the docs build.sh -t release # The same for prerelease versions: build.sh -t prerelease
The docs are contained in
.md files in the
docs folder. To develop docs on a local server with hot reload, run the following in the root of the project:
# Windows ./build.cmd -t watchdocs # Linux/mac ./build.sh -t watchdocs
The library is available under the MIT license.