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Generate html dashboards using matplotlib, Jinja2, and Markdown.

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A utility to generate html dashboards using matplotlib. Matplotboard makes it easy to wrap your plotting functions and embed them into a Markdown document. This is best demonstrated with an example.

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

from matplotboard import (decl_fig, render, generate_report)

def cool_fig():
    xs = np.linspace(-10,10, 100)
    ys = xs**2
    plt.plot(xs, ys)

def fig_with_args(amp, freq):
    A plot of a sine wave with configurable amplitude and frequency.
    xs = np.linspace(-np.pi, np.pi, 100)
    ys = amp*np.sin(xs*freq)
    plt.plot(xs, ys)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    figures = {'my_cool_fig': cool_fig,
               'slow': (fig_with_args, (1, np.pi)),
               'fast': (fig_with_args, (0.75, 3*np.pi)),

    generate_report(figures, 'Report',
# Making **Awesome Dashboards**

Sometimes you just want to push out a static html page with plots and relevant
commentary. For example, what does a parabola look like?


There we go, `matplotboard` also supports plotting functions that take arguments.



You can view the fantastic generated report here

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