What python library you are using for interactive visualisation?(other than plotly)

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  • Highcharts JS

    Highcharts JS, the JavaScript charting framework

  • Yep, the JS package is owned and maintained by Highsoft (www.highcharts.com), while the Python package is owned and maintained by one of my companies (HCP LLC). I’ve partnered with Highsoft, which means that you can get both the JS libraries and the Python package (which is a paid add-on for commercial use) from them ( https://shop.highcharts.com ).

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  • Altair

    Declarative statistical visualization library for Python

  • bqplot

    Plotting library for IPython/Jupyter notebooks

  • didn't see anyone mention bqplot https://github.com/bqplot/bqplot

  • highcharts-core

    Python wrapper for the Highcharts Core JavaScript library

  • Feel free to check out the GitHub repos at https://github.com/highcharts-for-python . Each of the Highcharts (JS) libraries has a Python analog, so you’ll find Highcharts Core for Python (https://github.com/highcharts-for-python/highcharts-core ), Highcharts Stock for Python, etc.

  • panel

    Panel: The powerful data exploration & web app framework for Python (by holoviz)

  • https://panel.holoviz.org/ It's a web app framework for Python similar to what Dash does for plotly. It plays nicely with bokeh visuals and I think the front-end is built using bokeh css elements.

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