ggplot for python
What is it?
ggplot is the Python version of the grammar of graphics. It is not intended to be a feature-for-feature port of `ggplot2 for R <https://github.com/hadley/ggplot2>`__. There is much greatness in ggplot2, the Python world could stand to benefit from it.
You can do cool things like this:
ggplot(diamonds, aes(x='price', color='clarity')) + \ geom_density() + \ scale_color_brewer(type='div', palette=7) + \ facet_wrap('cut')
$ pip install -U ggplot # or $ conda install ggplot # or pip install pip install git+https://github.com/yhat/ggplot.git
What happened to the old version that didn’t work?
It’s gone–the windows, the doors, everything. I deleted most of the code and only kept what worked. The data grouping and manipulation bits were re-written (so they actually worked) with things like facets in mind.
Where did stat_identity and geom_raster go?
They’re gone. They didn’t even come close to working (also what does stat_identity even do) so they’re gone.
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