I’ve been using PyPlot for my plotting needs. How can I get interactive (mostly just adjusting axis limits) inline plots in an IJulia notebook? Interact.jl seems like overkill. Thanks!
PlotlyJS is a nice option, either standalone or as a backend in Plots.jl.
The latest release of
Gadfly.jl has a revamped interactive UI. It supports zoomable plots in IJulia among other things.
If there were an actual desire for the feature: It is likely possible to create a simple wrapper object in InspectDR that would:
- display a static image in IJulia
- Pop-up an interactive GTK window when the user wants to pan/zoom, etc.
NOTE: There are sample interactive notebooks to test out InspectDR under the
And some sample plots here:
…But I don’t see myself implementing this feature unless someone actually wanted it.