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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
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 .
Here are some examples.
Comparison of Obama’s and Trump’s inaugural address
Animation of Training Process
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/
There are other cool examples in that thread.
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.