New Chaco feature: variable sized scatter plots

Variable sized scatter plots is a feature which was easy to implement, but Chaco had been lacking for far too long. Now you can create nice bubble charts, or whatever else you dream up. This was added at the last minute to the latest Chaco and ETS release, and I didn’t want to break anything, so its not yet integrated as well as I’d like it. Have a look at the example in advanced/variable_size_scatter.py to see how to implement it in your own plots. There is a debate in the office if the screenshot is of Champagne or bubblegum bubbles, what do you think?
bubbles

2 thoughts on “New Chaco feature: variable sized scatter plots

  1. avatarEricD

    Champagne bubbles in a good champagne have the same size (at least, they are not as wildly different as the one here!) .
    So the question is now: bad champagne or bubblegum ?

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Please leave these two fields as-is:

Protected by Invisible Defender. Showed 403 to 100,980 bad guys.