First of all, @discobot is awesome, just as much as Dash is. Thanks for all your work Also, thanks to the community, we used a lot of your stuff (dash_flask_login, visdcc, and probably more – but I haven’t gotten around to correctly integrating them), so… much
Now, what does our app do?
- Uploading data, connecting to APIs, viewing data?
- Visualizing your own dataset?
- Creating ML pipelines like a RapidMiner ripoff, but for free?
Boring historical background: About 1.5 - 2 months ago I jokingly mocked RapidMiner’s cost and said that I can do better. I didn’t, but some friends and I accepted our professor’s challenge and decided to give it a go. The course was about Exploratory Data Analysis, and we also justified our over-eagerness by saying It is mostly a visualization app. Anyhow, with lots of effort, probably 1 example of glorious code for every 10 of gloriously bad code, terrible attempts at fitting 100 stuff in 1 callback, using Redis as a global Python dictionary, giving random users the ability to use exec, using Cytoscape for not what it was intended, and a million hacks, we created something that works and is slightly cool. It is by no means complete, and it still lacks a LOT of stuff. I’m just posting it now so anyone who is interested -or wants to kill time- can contribute.
Dash is a terrible web framework