Very nice, congrats!
I was looking for some example to setup webagg but can’t seem to find any? Is there anything written down about it?
On 2013-08-01 18:06:35 +0000, Michael Droettboom said:
On behalf of a veritable army of super coders, I’m pleased to announce the release of matplotlib 1.3.0.
Downloads are available here:
as well as through pip. Check with your distro for when matplotlib 1.3.0 will become packaged for your environment.
(Note: Mac .dmg installers are still forthcoming due to some issues with the new installation approach.)
Important known issues
matplotlib no longer ships with its Python dependencies, including dateutil, pytz, pyparsing and six. When installing from source or pip, pip will install these for you automatically. When installing from packages (on Linux distributions, MacPorts, homebrew etc.) these dependencies should also be handled automatically. The Windows binary installers do not include or install these dependencies.
You may need to remove any old matplotlib installations before installing 1.3.0 to ensure matplotlib has access to the latest versions of these dependencies.
The following backends have been removed: QtAgg (Qt version 3.x only), FlktAgg and Emf.
For a complete list of removed features, see http://matplotlib.org/api/api_changes.html#changes-in-1-3
- xkcd-style sketch plotting
- webagg backend for displaying and interacting with plots in a web browser
- event plots
- triangular grid interpolation
- control of baselines in stackplot
- many improvements to text and color handling
For a complete list of what’s new, see
Have fun, and enjoy matplotlib!
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