dash-oil-and-gas-demo - Dash Demo App - New York Oil and Gas

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This is a demo of the Dash interactive Python framework developed by Plotly. Dash abstracts away all of the technologies and protocols required to build an interactive web-based application and is a simple and effective way to bind a user interface around your Python code.




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