Are there any interesting visualization examples in Julia?

I found a web page with a lot of dazzling and interesting javascript visualization examples. It’s true that programming language is the best drawing tool. Since Julia is very fast and easy to use, I assume it can do a lot of visualization work, and even some are difficult to do in other languages. So, are there any interesting visualization examples in Julia about chaos, fractal, CV, NLP, optimization… or anything else?

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I think there are some examples created with Plots.jl but I don’t have links for them but some others might. Just saw some on Twitter tagged with #julialang and maybe animation. Another variant is to use Makie.jl for it which supports 3D stuff.

@TheCedarPrince and I wanted to see more of that kind of animations though and created a library for it. It’s definitely not there yet but you mind find it interesting.
The library: GitHub - Wikunia/Javis.jl: Julia Animations and Visualizations

Some animations:

Latest:

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I have a package named WordCloud.jl. Word clouds are used to visualize text data, and WordCloud.jl is the most flexible one as far as I can see. It can generate some results that other generators can’t. This is because the non-greedy bin packing algorithm it uses is flexible but very time-consuming. I’ve taken a lot of optimizations (quadtree, parallelism, generations, LRU, and so on) to ensure it runs fast enough. But I can’t imagine how to implement it without a great language that as usable as Python and as fast as C :smirk:.
Here are some examples.
Comparison of Obama’s and Trump’s inaugural address
address_compare2
Animation of Training Process
animation

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Plots of Gaussian processes at Home · AbstractGPsMakie.jl.

So, are there any interesting visualization examples in Julia about chaos, fractal, CV, NLP, optimization… or anything else?

For the anything else: https://lazarusa.github.io/BeautifulMakie/

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There are other cool examples in that thread.

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Thank you. Javis is full of magic!!

WordCloud is really an interesting stuff. The text data is clear at a glance. BTW, the comparison GIF is impressive.