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thin-wrapper for pysixel and matplotlib.

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A thin wrapper for pysixel and matplotlib

Usage

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import sixelplot
plt.plot([1, 2, 3])
sixelplot.show()

SIXEL is the ancient black magic to render a graphical raster image on a terminal screen.

sixelplot.show function writes the SIXEL format image into a file like object, by default stdout. Though you need a terminal which understands the SIXEL format, modern terminal emulators support the SIXEL format.

For more information about SIXEL, see https://github.com/saitoha/libsixel.

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These codes are licensed under CC0.

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