ggplot for python
What is it?
Yes, it’s another implementation of `ggplot2 <https://github.com/hadley/ggplot2>`__. One of the biggest reasons why I continue to reach for R instead of Python for data analysis is the lack of an easy to use, high level plotting package like ggplot. I’ve tried other libraries like Bockah and d3py but what I really want is ggplot2.
ggplot is just that. It’s an extremely un-pythonic package for doing exactly what ggplot2 does. The goal of the package is to mimic the ggplot2 API. This makes it super easy for people coming over from R to use, and prevents you from having to re-learn how to plot stuff.
- same API as ggplot2 for R
- tight integration with `pandas <https://github.com/pydata/pandas>`__
- pip installable
# unzip the matplotlibrc $ unzip matplotlibrc.zip ~/ $ pip install ggplot
- finish README
- add matplotlibrc to build script
- distribute on PyPi
- come up with better name
- handle NAs gracefully
- make aes guess what the user actually means (DONE)
- se for stat_smooth
- fix fill/colour
- geom_abline (DONE)
- geom_area (DONE)
- geom_bar (IN PROGRESS)
- geom_hline (DONE)
- geom_ribbon (same as geom_ribbon?)
- geom_vline (DONE)
- stat_bin2d (DONE)
- stat_smooth (bug)
- facet_grid (DONE)
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