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Statistical data visualization from the command line

Project description

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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