[Chicago] Plotly: Python Plotting and Analytics Package

Brian Curtin brian at python.org
Wed Nov 20 22:03:30 CET 2013

On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 2:26 PM, Matt Sundquist <matt at plot.ly> wrote:

> Hey Chicago Python Friends,
> Happy Wednesday! I wanted to reach out and let you know about the beta
> launch of Plotly. Plot.ly <https://plot.ly/> is a graphing and analytics
> project that lets you style publication quality, interactive, web-based
> graphs with Python or the GUI (Python API here <http://plot.ly/api/python>).
> You can also use Plotly to collaborate, sharing graphs, data, and projects
> with others.
> We just put up an IPython demo <http://nbviewer.ipython.org/7521519>
>  (video here <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zG8FYPFU9n4>) that I
> thought I'd pass along, and we'd like to put up more examples from our
> API gallery <http://plot.ly/api/python> as well (where you can also get
> installation instructions and documentation). And, I'm including a gallery
> shot below.
> We just launched, so getting feedback from expert users like you all is
> much appreciated. We'd love to hear your thoughts and reactions, and if you
> have any feedback, to hear what you think.
> Thanks so much,
> Matt

Plotly is awesome. I used it when charting the benchmarks for a recent
Rackspace server release:
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