Today we are launching Plotly Express, a new high-level Python visualization library! Check out our announcement at or just watch this show reel of charts each made in a single line of Python:

Has any research been done on how to think about the maximum effective number of points on a scatterplot?

🌟 Announcing 3.0.0 🌟
1 year in the making, this is our biggest release yet:
- Deep Jupyter widgets integration
- Interactive plotting of >1M points in Jupyter 🚀
- 1st-class JupyterLab support
Plus much more! Read how we did it:

‪Do people post datavis papers on ArXiv or some other preprint server?‬

This is a great way to think about space/time visualization, with an awesome cake-based explainer!

Honest question: what, if any, is the difference between "data visualization" and "visual analytics"?

Didn't know about this nice hack to get interactive graphics into Medium blog posts: put an iframe into JSfiddle and then embed it
(used here

btw, is Matthiew Daniels already in here somewhere?

@nicolaskruchten @chadskelton In @scott’s followers list. Everyone follow him by default when they join.

Happy to announce that version 0.3.0 of rpivotTable is now released on CRAN at ... we now have an upgraded version of PivotTable.js and support for Subtotal.js!

I'm Nicolas, a datavis developer at Plotly. I'm the author and maintainer of and related projects and I blog at

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