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Plotting in Pygal
Pygal is an interesting Python plotting library because it produces pretty SVG plots with little effort.
Style comes to the forefront, and the SVG plots are convenient for embedding in a web app.
The Source Awakens: Classifying Star Wars ships with Deep Learning
Let’s build a deep learning framework in a Jupyter notebook to classify different kinds of ships from the Star Wars universe!
Then we can hook our notebook up to Anvil to share it with the world.
Python vs the Pandemic
2020 has been a difficult year for people all around the world.
We’ve seen an incredible response from the Anvil community, with a number of our users building tools and applications to help deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll take a look at some of the tools being built with Anvil to help people impacted by the virus.
Example Dashboards Built with Python
Looking for inspiration on how to present your data?
Take a look at our dashboard showcase to see some of the beautiful dashboards people have built with Anvil.
How I Built Clockify in 1 day
Stuart asked, what can be done in one working day with Anvil?
His answer, Clockify, a time tracking app. This walk-through documents his process from inception to time tracking application, all in 24 hours.
The Internet of Fish: How I Automated My Fish Tank
A Loan Like No Other - in Just 4 Days
Can you really build an application processing system, from a blank sheet of paper, in less than a week? That’s the amazing feat Baker Tilly managed earlier this year.
Imagine you’re a major accounting and consultancy firm. Your clients are hurting, and the US government just invented a new type of loan to provide relief. But nobody knows how to apply for – or issue – these loans, so you need to build a process from scratch.
Fighting for Consumer Rights with FairShake
Since 2011, it’s been harder for consumers in the US to pursue big companies for compensation when things go wrong.
Meredydd spoke to Teel and Brian from FairShake about how their consumer rights service is levelling the playing field between everyday people and big companies. And how Anvil helps them to move faster!
Turning Photos into Paintings
Anvil Community Showcase
Plotting in Seaborn
Seaborn is a Python plotting library based on Matplotlib. It gives you a set of simple plotting functions, and lets you access Matplotlib when you want to tweak things.
Its use of ‘tidy data’ makes its interface especially neat, and you can even ask it for colours such as ‘light eggplant’ and ‘cloudy blue’! Here’s a guide to using it.