[Haskell-cafe] GSoC proposal: Data Visualization
neto at netowork.me
Mon Apr 15 19:41:57 CEST 2013
Data visualization for hMatrix is basically my main objective, but I would
like to be flexible in the following ways:
* Have generic approach so other data types can be visualized with my
library as long as the necessary instances are present.
* Define a generic standard to represent values in multiple types of
plots. This way graphics output can be easily extended for more back
ends (gtk, qt, gnuplot).
I am looking for alternatives. I will check GuiTV definitely, but currently
suggested by Dough and using Haskell just to generate the values. I am
using ghclive (https://github.com/shapr/ghclive) as fronted since the
project looks nice and might be worth continuing it. Do you think there
would be big objections if I continue working with that project since it
was built for last GSoC?
> On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 2:10 PM, Michal J. Gajda <miga at nmr.mpibpc.mpg.de>wrote:
>> Dear Conal, Ernesto, Heinrich,
>> On 04/15/2013 10:32 AM, Heinrich Apfelmus wrote:
>> Ernesto Rodriguez wrote:
>> For me it would already be a huge advantage if I
>> could edit and re-evaluate expressions interactively (in a comfortable
>> not ghci). Also a plot widget with sliders would also help. I was
>> if you know any reason the project has not been worked on for various
>> months (as I see in the repo). Is there anyone working in this project
>> has a later version? I mean these are features that are even available in
>> free math packages such as Sage.
>> I was actually the initial mentor for this project. I'm not particularly
>> happy about the result. As you can see, it hasn't been picked up by anyone
>> else, including me, and I think that's because it missed the modularity
>> goals I had in mind.
>> Indeed interactive notebook functionality is missed by many :-).
>> Is it a good time to ask about current status of GuiTV, which is possibly
>> second closest to what Ernesto had in mind?
>> Would be possible to ask Conal Elliot whether he is interested in
>> mentoring a project that would add widget(s) for hmatrix visualisation?
>> PS I believe Johan Malmström <http://homepage.mac.com/jmalmstrom/>'s
>> HaXcel project, which may have tried to implement a similar functionality
>> with a spreadsheet interface is dead:
>> Best regards
> Ernesto Rodriguez
> Bachelor of Computer Science - Class of 2013
> Jacobs University Bremen
Bachelor of Computer Science - Class of 2013
Jacobs University Bremen
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