Multiplex: visualizations that tell stories
A Python library that builds on matplotlib, providing new types of visualizations to help you explore your data and explain it better.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running. For use-cases of Multiplex, check out the Jupyter Notebook examples in the examples directory. To read more about Multiplex, read the documentation.
You can install Multiplex using
python -m pip install -U multiplex-plot.
Running the tests
The tests use unittest. Each visualization has its own unit tests. You can run the tests individually:
python3 -m unittest multiplex.tests.test_drawable
Or you can run the tests using the
chmod +x tests.sh ./tests.sh
- Nicholas Mamo - Library development - NicholasMamo
This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0 - see the LICENSE file for details
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