Django REST Pandas (DRP) provides a simple way to generate and serve pandas DataFrames via the Django REST Framework. The resulting API can serve up CSV (and a number of other formats for consumption by a client-side visualization tool like @wq/analyst.
The design philosophy of DRP enforces a strict separation between data and presentation. This keeps the implementation simple, but also has the nice side effect of making it trivial to provide the source data for your visualizations. This capability can often be leveraged by sending users to the same URL that your visualization code uses internally to load the data.
DRP is configured by defining one or more API views and mapping them to URLs. The underlying implementation is a set of serializers that take Django REST Framework's serializer output and converts it into a dataframe. Then, the included renderers generate the output file using pandas' built in functionality.