[Chicago] Plotly: Python Plotting and Analytics Package

Joe Germuska joe at germuska.com
Thu Nov 21 18:14:55 CET 2013

I’m also interested in the general idea of packaging writing about data with the data, and making that something with less overhead for analysts and that’s more friendly to readers.

Sheila (and others) may be interested in this very early stage project by Jeremy Singer-Vine (Wall Street Journal) to use iPython for data journalism. http://notebooks.jsvine.com/introducing-reporter/


On Nov 21, 2013, at 10:28 AM, sheila miguez <shekay at pobox.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 2:26 PM, Matt Sundquist <matt at plot.ly> wrote:
> 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 for posting this, I want to know about these types of things because I want to have my platform be able to interface to things like this.
> We are making a platform for scientists to share the code and data with their publications in order to encourage sharing and citation of these things, and we've started with merely providing tarballs of things, but soon we'll want to give people nicer views of the code and data. We'll be doing simple things first (so probably just views of files with syntax highlighting for code and something like tabular views for data that it makes to sense to view that way).
> Also, we'll want to do execution before neat display, but I'm not sure. It depends on what people want.
> Do people who provide python-based and python interoperable tools for scientists want to have some chipy meetups?
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