Python has many options for data visualisation, including in the Jupyter notebook. However there didn't seem to be a simple one for visualising graphs of related data. In this post share how easy it is to write plugins that work in the notebook and demonstrate how easy it is to use d3fdgraph.
d3fdgraph: interactive force-directed graphs in Jupyter
Python has many options for data visualisation, including in the Jupyter notebook. However there didn't seem to be a simple one for visualising graphs of related data. Tariq decided to write his own package which is now available via pip, and works on google's colab notebook too. He'll briefly share how easy it is to write plugins that work in the notebook and demonstrate how easy it is to use d3fdgraph. https://github.com/intuitivetextmining/d3fdgraph
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