This library is designed for the kind of (desesperate) situation where you want to display bar charts but with the constraint that your HTML document must not depend on additional files or remote webservices.
baciphacs will use basic HTML code with some bits of CSS style embeded in tags, to display a reasonably readable chart.
If you need pretty or advanced graphs and don’t have any strict constraints on your HTML’s dependency, many libraries exists that generate much much better looking graphs.
baciphacs is licensed under the 2 close BSD License, and more detailed information about it can be found at GitHub:
It is tested on Travis-CI:
from baciphacs import DataSample from baciphacs import GenerateHTMLHorizontalBarChart data = [("ba",3,2),("c",6,1),("i",2,1),("p",4,1),("h",4,1),("a",3,1),("cs",3,2)] dataSamples = [DataSample._make(t) for t in data] print GenerateHTMLHorizontalBarChart(dataSamples,numStdev=2,color="blue")
The Python code above will generate an HTML snippet that renders like a bar chart:
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