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Usage examples for plotnine

Project description

This repository contains examples in the form of jupyter notebooks that are also part of the plotnine documentation.

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Contributing

  1. Clone repository or pull in latest changes

    git clone https://github.com/has2k1/plotnine-examples
    

    Or

    cd plotnine-examples
    git pull
    
  2. Create a notebook or edit an existing notebook. The name of the notebook should match the object. e.g if examples are for geom_point the name should be geom_point.ipynb.

    Add your github username and/or name to contributors.txt (sorted according to the username) and commit.

  3. Push / Force push

    git push
    

    Or if it warns of a non forward merge

    git push -f
    
  4. Submit Pull Request

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