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add `giddy` dynamic LISA functionality under `splot.giddy` #11

merged 14 commits into from Jun 15, 2018


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slumnitz commented Jun 10, 2018

created splot.giddy namespace
added plotting functionality:

  • dynamic_lisa_heatmap(rose)
  • dynamic_lisa_rose(rose)
  • dynamic_lisa_vectors(rose)
  • dynamic_lisa_composite(rose, gdf)
  • dynamic_lisa_composite_explore(rose, gdf)

added tests for all visualisations


  • functionality requires giddy Rose object as main input parameter, and can be included as .plot in giddy
  • functionality allows for **kwargs as input parameters
  • dynamic_lisa_composite_explore(rose, gdf) allows for use of Jupyter notebook widgets
  • includes documentation and test for all functionality

slumnitz added some commits May 31, 2018

create ``
and containing dynamic LISA visualisations
integration of `.plot` as `dynamic_lisa_rose()`
and `.plot_vectors()`
add widget functionality for mpl backend in giddy
start creating heatmap functionality with bokeh backend
start prototyping widget functionality for bokeh backend in giddy
change functionality in `` to take `giddy.direction…
…al` `rose` object as first parameter

and add `dynamic_lisa_vector` and `dynamic_lisa_rose` functionality
add `splot.giddy` namespace
add TODO notes in ``
add examples to ``
add extended example and note to use jupyter notebook to `dynamic_lisa_composite_explore()`
add `dynamic_lisa-composite_explore()` to `splot.giddy` namespace

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slumnitz commented Jun 10, 2018

@sjsrey sjsrey merged commit a20b328 into pysal:master Jun 15, 2018

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GSoC 2018 automation moved this from In progress to Done Jun 15, 2018

@slumnitz slumnitz deleted the slumnitz:space-time branch Jun 20, 2018

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