There are many reasons the Python community is large and growing. Easy, comprehensive, and evolving data visualization is near the top of the list. Plots drive understanding, and Matplotlib and Seaborn are giants.
A bit of good news: you can now use these familiar and powerful Python tools in the Deephaven IDE. Woo woo!
Though real-time, ticking plots still require Deephaven's plotly-integrated library, it's exciting to have Matplotlib and Seaborn's suite of capabilities available in the Deephaven web UI for visualizing static or periodically-snapshotted data.
Deephaven's plug-ins make integrating these packages with deephaven-core a breeze.
To use Matplotlib from the Deephaven IDE, simply clone the Matplotlib project from the deephaven-examples repo.
git clone https://github.com/deephaven-examples/deephaven-matplotlib-base.git
docker-compose up --build -d
After you have Matplotlib set up, a simple
pip install adds Seaborn. All your prior Seaborn programs can be directly applied to Deephaven: