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Statistical data visualization from the command line

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seadog

Seadog helps you generate statistical data visualizations directly from the command line.

It aims to allow quick analyses of data, and while it is essentially a wrapper for matplotlib and seaborn, it does not intend to cover all options and capabilities.

The word seadog may be slang for either a veteran sailor or seals.

Supports Python 3.7+.

Installation

Using pip to install seadog:

pip install --user seadog

Quick start

This section will be updated once seadog provides some functionality. Features will be added as I need them.

Todo

  • Data description
  • Data sample (n)
  • Data correlation
  • Data NaN detection (graph in terminal)
  • Data NaN removal
  • Bar chart (and horizontal option)
  • Histogram
  • Dist plot with KDE
  • Logarithmic scales for x and y
  • Axes labels
  • Scatter plots
  • Pie charts?

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