[Chicago] Graphing libraries

Kevin Harriss special.kevin at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 22:58:55 CET 2009

I have heard a lot of good things about CairoPlot[1].  It seems to make some
pretty pictures and looks really simple to use.

[1] https://launchpad.net/cairoplot


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On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 1:24 PM, Garrett Smith <g at rrett.us.com> wrote:

> Any thoughts on the most awesomest graphing library for Python?
> I need something that's free of weird commercial licenses, obviously.
> Simple APIs are preferred. Performance and efficiency are very important.
> The ability to create pretty pictures is a bonus, but this is first for
> foremost for utility.
> Most, if not all, of the data will be time series.
> I'm using rrdtools, which of course is very good for managing and graphing
> time series data. This may ultimately be the right course, but I'm wondering
> if anyone has some insight into some other options in the Python world.
> Thanks for any input!
> Garrett
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