Chartify - Python library that makes it easier for data scientists to create charts

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Chartify is a Python library that aims to make it as easy as possible for data scientists to create charts. Spend less time transforming data to get your charts to work. All plotting functions use a consistent tidy input data format. Chartify is built on top of Bokeh, so if you do need more control you can always fall back on Bokeh's API.



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