Python and JS Web Visualization

A session at PyData NYC 2012

Saturday 27th October, 2012

4:30pm to 5:15pm (EST)

Web-based, data-intensive applications have historically been limited in the types of interactive visualizations they can present to end-users, relying either on server-side applications or plugins for rendering charts and plots. The addition of HTML5, Canvas, and SVG to most modern browsers, along with the large performance improvements in JavaScript interpreters, has made it possible to create highly interactive visualizations directly in the browser. In this talk, Chris will show how to create a fully interactive visualization system for exploring large data sets using Python and JavaScript. Chris will also introduce some of the common JavaScript libraries that streamline client-side development and help developers create well-architected user interfaces in the browser.

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Chris Mueller

President and CTO, Lab7 Systems

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Time 4:30pm5:15pm EST

Date Sat 27th October 2012

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