Engaging plots, made easy.

Easily turn your data into engaging visualizations. Powerful API for coders. Powerful app for everyone.

main.py
notebook.ipynb
main.rs
from plotapi import Chord

Chord(matrix, names).show()

API for coders

WebGL or canvas

We may want to switch between the WebGL or D3.js canvas animations depending on our requirements. These have been configured to look the same.


Sample data

Let’s import PlotAPI and load our sample data.

from plotapi import Terminus

links = [
    {"source":"England", "target":"Germany", "value": 1000},
    {"source":"England", "target":"France", "value": 3000},
    {"source":"England", "target":"Spain", "value": 5000},
    {"source":"England", "target":"Italy", "value": 4000},
    {"source":"England", "target":"Japan", "value": 800},
    
    {"source":"Ireland", "target":"Germany", "value": 3500},
    {"source":"Ireland", "target":"France", "value": 3750},
    {"source":"Ireland", "target":"Spain", "value": 1750},
    {"source":"Ireland", "target":"Italy", "value": 5000},
    {"source":"Ireland", "target":"Japan", "value": 400},
]

Demonstration

To switch between the two, set webgl=True (the default) for WebGL, and webgl=False for D3.js canvas animation.

Let’s try the D3.js canvas animation.

Terminus(links, webgl=False).show()
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