candela - Visualization components for the web

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Candela is an open-source framework for creating interoperable, reusable visualization components for the web. Candela is a part of Kitware's Resonant platform. Candela focuses on making scalable, rich visualizations available with a normalized API for use in real-world data science applications. Please see our documentation at https://candela.readthedocs.io.

https://candela.readthedocs.io
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