[IPython-User] d3graphs like Fernando's at Pycon Canada
Sun Feb 17 13:06:47 CST 2013
On Sat, Jan 19, 2013, at 12:59 AM, Brian Granger wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 7:55 PM, Kevin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Wow, stunning work you folks are doing with IPython! I'm totally
> > hooked!!
> Great, glad you like it! That makes us happy :)
> > I searched the archives (google
> > two months ago, so I was hoping it's available now?
> This work is the first step in a larger bit of work in adding
> interactive JS capabilities to the notebook. TO use that plugin you
> will need the branch linked to in this PR:
> BUT, it has not been merged and in the course of reviewing it we
> realized that there are some bigger design issues we will have to
> figure out first. We are going to do this, in fact we have a large
> grant from the Sloan foundation to work on this exactly, but we are
> not quite there yet. Hope you can be patient with us...
> But give that branch a shot and see how it goes.
Thanks, Brian. Yes of course I'm a very patient soul. :) I'm very new to
IPython so I have a whole lot to learn before I'll really be ready to
use these d3graphs, but looking forward to seeing it merge whenever it's
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