[texhax] Plotly: Interactive, web-based LaTeX graphs for sharing and publication

Thomas Schneider schneidt at mail.nih.gov
Thu Dec 19 16:47:11 CET 2013


> My name is Matt, and I'm part of Plotly. We've just set up Plotly to
> support LaTeX. You can make plots with LaTeX that are: browser-based,
> interactive, publication-quality, and shareable.
> Here is an IPython [1]Notebook showing how to do that with Plotly, and
> here is the graph: [2]https://plot.ly/~IPython.Demo/309/.
> As we're a brand new startup, just three months in, it is wonderfully
> helpful to hear your thoughts, advice, and suggestions. Please let me
> know if you get a chance to use it, and we'd love to hear what you
> think.
> 1. http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/plotly/IPython-plotly/blob/master/LaTeX%20with%20Plotly.ipynb
> 2. https://plot.ly/~IPython.Demo/309/

Interesting.  I'm considering adding this to my page


but when I go to:


I don't see a complete LaTeX example that I could just run.

A single page that guides the LaTeX user into applying your package
(if that is what it is) would be useful.


  Thomas D. Schneider, Ph.D.
  Senior Investigator
  National Institutes of Health
  National Cancer Institute
  Center for Cancer Research
  Gene Regulation and Chromosome Biology Laboratory
  Molecular Information Theory Group
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