Really cool statistical blog written entirely in Dash
Community Thread: Making Statistical Blogs
Blockchain Digital Good Auction App: Show and Tell - Blockchain Digital Good Auctions. Really nice use of interactive elements non-default graph configurations (log x-axis, nice horizontal legend)
Really incredible image processing app: Show and Tell - Dash Image Processing App with Pillow, S3 and Redis
Very extensive “College Scorecard App”: Show and tell - viewing CollegeScoreCard data
Added small sample on our lab repo: SHAP Dash! Explanations on Dash
(binder available, just click the link to start jupyter fully configured and ready to run)
Very cool app to compare the history of growth of online wiki communities. Excellent use of a sidebar, tabs, and full-page-height checklists:
Community discussion here: Show and Tell - WikiChron
Still working on the MandelBulb but I thought I’d share the MandelBrot zoom:
Today I’m excited to show and tell Dash DataTable
This a complete rewrite of the
dash-table-experiments project. We’ve been working on the new version of the
DataTable for over 7 months and we’ve written it completely from scratch in React.
I’ve been looking forward to that!
Here’s my first attempt at a DataTable simple app
Get what’s trending on Twitter for all available locations
- Tweet volume
- Sort by location, rank, country, time
- Supports multiple locations at the same time
- Export table
- Powered by the brand new Dash DataTable!
Some ideas about styling: DataTable (Alpha) - Styling
3 posts were merged into an existing topic: DataTable (Alpha) - Styling
http://sj-charts.herokuapp.com/ (San Jose Data portal analysis - 1st Plotly Dash)
http://climate-trends.herokuapp.com/ (trends analysis of global surface temp v societal variables)
https://climate-mood.herokuapp.com/ (auto-updated twitter sentiment analysis on ‘climate change’)
Dash Component for Plaid LoginForm:
UPDATE: Works as expected/desired now and up on repo (GIF posted here demonstrates concept but not actual functionality)
Bigger plans than just simple navigation, thought it was now post-worthy. Any help with the layout would be appreciated or the switch field toggle.
Hi All, I’ve written an little app that demonstrates using Dash as a front end for Elasticsearch
Not quite done yet but this is by far my most in-depth project to date:
Alumni affiliation with NUEN department