Exciting news for all Python developers and data scientists! Highcharts, the leading charting library, will soon launch its official Python integration.
Consisting of Highcharts Core for Python, Highcharts Stock for Python, Highcharts Maps for Python, and Highcharts Gantt for Python, the new toolkit brings all the power of Highcharts to the Python ecosystem, making it easier than ever to create beautiful and interactive charts in your Python applications.
The Highcharts Python integration comes with full Highcharts support, giving developers access to the complete range of Highcharts features, from simple line charts to complex heat maps and Gantt charts. But what sets this integration apart is its simple and powerful Pythonic API. With easy-to-understand syntax, intuitive function names, and native integration with data tools like Pandas and Jupyter Notebooks, you’ll create stunning charts in no time.
The toolkit includes extensive documentation, such as tutorials, reference docs, and example code to quickly get you started.
And perhaps most importantly, the Highcharts for Python toolkit is the first official integration supported by Highcharts. While there have been community integrations in the past, this new integration is fully backed by Highcharts, giving you peace of mind and confidence in your charting solutions.
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Maurício | 3 weeks ago
Congratulations highcharts, this news is sensational, I’m already looking forward to this integration.
Anna Lordis | 2 weeks ago
Your announced Highcharts Python integration is very welcome. But when will it be available?
Mustapha Mekhatria | 1 week ago
We are aiming at Q2 2023.
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