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tw2.protovis.custom 0.1.a6

toscawidgets2 wrapper for the stanford protovis toolkit

.. _toscawidgets2 (tw2):
.. _protovis:

tw2.protovis.custom is a `toscawidgets2 (tw2)`_ wrapper for `protovis`_.

Live Demo

Peep the `live demonstration <http:"" module?module="tw2.protovis.custom">`_.


You can `get the source from github <http:"" ralphbean="" tw2.protovis.custom="">`_,
check out `the PyPI page <http:"" pypi="" tw2.protovis.custom="">`_, and
report or look into `bugs <http:"" ralphbean="" tw2.protovis.custom="" issues=""/>`_.


`toscawidgets2 (tw2)`_ aims to be a practical and useful widgets framework
that helps people build interactive websites with compelling features, faster
and easier. Widgets are re-usable web components that can include a template,
server-side code and JavaScripts/CSS resources. The library aims to be:
flexible, reliable, documented, performant, and as simple as possible.

`protovis`_ composes custom views of data with simple marks such as bars and dots. Unlike low-level graphics libraries that quickly become tedious for visualization, Protovis defines marks through dynamic properties that encode data, allowing inheritance, scales and layouts to simplify construction.

This module, tw2.protovis.custom, provides `toscawidgets2 (tw2)`_ widgets that render `protovis`_ data visualizations.

Sampling tw2.protovis.custom in the WidgetBrowser

The best way to scope out ``tw2.protovis.custom`` is to load its widgets in the
``tw2.devtools`` WidgetBrowser. To see the source code that configures them,
check out ``tw2.protovis.custom/``

To give it a try you'll need git, mercurial, python, and virtualenv. Run:

``git clone git://``

``cd tw2.protovis.custom``

The following script will set up all the necessary tw2 dependencies in a
python virtualenv:


The following will enter the virtualenv and start up ``paster tw2.browser``:


...and browse to http://localhost:8000/ to check it out.  
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