tufte - Simple profiling and performance monitoring for Clojure/Script

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Charles Joseph Minard's Carte Figurative, one of Edward Tufte's favourite examples of good data visualization.Tufte will record the execution times of these p forms whenever profiling is active.

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https://github.com/ptaoussanis/tufte

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