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Matthew Sundquist's Blog – December 2013 Archive (4)

Plotly Graphs with LaTeX

Want to make graphs with LaTeX? You can use Plotly and style from the APIs, your IPython NB, and the GUI at plot.ly. Any and all feedback on the beta is welcome, and your expert advice is much appreciated.

Check out these Plotly graphs using LaTeX (click through for an interactive version).…

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Added by Matthew Sundquist on December 25, 2013 at 11:06am — No Comments

Plotly and R: Collaborative, publication-quality graphing

Hi all,

Here's a post on R-bloggers about using Plotly's R API and the GUI to make and share your graphs.…

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Added by Matthew Sundquist on December 21, 2013 at 11:51am — No Comments

Plotly: Multiple Axes Scales with Old Faithful Data, in R

Blog post on making interactive Plotly graphs with multiple y axis scales, with examples in R.

http://blog.plot.ly/post/69647810381/multiple-axes-scales-with-old-faithful-data…

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Added by Matthew Sundquist on December 11, 2013 at 1:02pm — No Comments

New in Plotly: Interactive Graphs with IPython

New! Plotly lets you style interactive graphs in IPython. Then, you can share your Notebook or your Plotly graph. It's like having the NYTimes graphics department inside your IPython.

You can also get these Notebooks on the Plotly GitHub page. Visit Plot.ly to see more documentation. …

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Added by Matthew Sundquist on December 2, 2013 at 12:30am — 2 Comments

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