Display Interactive plots on a web page?

Hello,

I am currently displaying plots on a web page using matplotlib by creating
.png files. I would like have the ability for people to have access to the
interactive plot feature (Zoom,Save) when they look at the plots on the web
page. I do not care if the plot is a pop up or if is directly on the web
page. At this point I just want the interactive feature available. I am
assuming that the end user that clicks on a web link will already have
python/matplotlib installed. Does anyone know if this is even possible? If
it is I would love to see an example of this.

Thanks in advance,
Brian

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Brian32 wrote:

Hello,

I am currently displaying plots on a web page using matplotlib by creating
.png files. I would like have the ability for people to have access to the
interactive plot feature (Zoom,Save) when they look at the plots on the web
page. I do not care if the plot is a pop up or if is directly on the web
page. At this point I just want the interactive feature available. I am
assuming that the end user that clicks on a web link will already have
python/matplotlib installed. Does anyone know if this is even possible? If
it is I would love to see an example of this.

Thanks in advance,
Brian
  

I think you might be interesting in something like a javascript charting
library. This webpage lists some interesting options:
http://www.alsonkemp.com/tools/highcharts-javascript-charting-library/

Andrew,

jpPlot looks very promising. I will definitely try to add that into my
code.

Thanks,
Brian

Andrew Straw wrote:

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Brian32 wrote:

Hello,

I am currently displaying plots on a web page using matplotlib by
creating
.png files. I would like have the ability for people to have access to
the
interactive plot feature (Zoom,Save) when they look at the plots on the
web
page. I do not care if the plot is a pop up or if is directly on the web
page. At this point I just want the interactive feature available. I am
assuming that the end user that clicks on a web link will already have
python/matplotlib installed. Does anyone know if this is even possible?
If
it is I would love to see an example of this.

Thanks in advance,
Brian
  

I think you might be interesting in something like a javascript charting
library. This webpage lists some interesting options:
http://www.alsonkemp.com/tools/highcharts-javascript-charting-library/

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