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PyCha

Pycha is a very simple Python package for drawing charts using the great Cairo library. Its goals are:

  • Lightweight
  • Simple to use
  • Nice looking with default values
  • Customization

It won't try to draw any possible chart on earth but draw the most common ones nicely. There are some other options you may want to look at like pyCairoChart.

Pycha is based on Plotr which is based on PlotKit. Both libraries are written in JavaScript and are great for client web programming. I needed the same for the server side so that's the reason I ported Plotr to Python. Now we can deliver charts to people with JavaScript disabled or embed them in PDF reports.

Pycha is distributed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License.

Documentation

You can find Pycha's documentation at http://packages.python.org/pycha

Development

You can get the last bleeding edge version of pycha by getting a clone of the Mercurial repository:

hg clone https://bitbucket.org/lgs/pycha

Don't forget to check the Release Notes for each version to learn the new features and incompatible changes.

Contact

There is a mailing list about PyCha at http://groups.google.com/group/pycha You can join it to ask questions about its use or simply to talk about its development. Your ideas and feedback are greatly appreciated!

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