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A web-based dashboard to analyzing your data with Python

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A web-based dashboard to analyzing your data with Python

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pip3 install boardify


from boardify import BaseDashboard, BaseBlock, BarChart

# Class for the dashboard
class FruitDashboard(BaseDashboard):
    def config(self): = "Fruit Company"

        # Add Blocks to the dashboard

# Block contains HTML Code
class Products(BaseBlock):
    def config(self): = "Products"
        self.description = "A list of our products"

    def generate(self):
        return """<ul>

# Block renders a bar chart
class NicestFruit(BarChart):
    def config(self): = "Nicest Fruit"
        self.description = ("A survey of 145 people asked them "
                            "\"Which is the nicest fruit?\"")

    def data(self):
        return {
            "datasets": {
                "Survey One": [35, 20, 45, 10, 30, 5],
                "Survey Two": [30, 25, 60, 5, 35, 0],
            "labels": ["Apple",
            "background_color": ["rgb(128, 18, 2)",
                                 "rgb(244, 132, 0)",
                                 "rgb(246, 221, 0)",
                                 "rgba(83, 65, 25, 0.97)",
                                 "rgb(35, 123, 214)",
                                 "rgb(99, 74, 161)"]

# Run the server
dashboard = FruitDashboard()

Open the dashboard at http://localhost:7000

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Lucas Hild -
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details

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