What I built
I built a demo hub where users can experiment with data science by graphing data sets in the browser then downloading them. Web Monetized browsers won't see the Ads on the page and can also experiment with additional graphing tools.
Note: This project is in the demo phase. In the future, I’d like to build out the graphing tools to handle more sophisticated data sets. As well as add a login/dashboard feature. 🙂
Why I built it
"Pyodide is an experimental project from Mozilla to create a full Python data science stack that runs entirely in the browser."
~ Michael Droettboom
Pyodide is currently in its infancy and there are caveats and performance drawbacks but I'm excited to see where it goes!
Link to Code
ari-hacks / the-hub
📈📊 A hub where users can experiment with graphing and Python in the browser (https://pyodide-experiment.herokuapp.com/)
A demo hub where users can experiment with data science by graphing data sets in the browser then downloading them. Web Monetized browsers won't see the ads on the page and can also experiment with additional graphing tools.
This Project is a Grant For the Web x DEV Hackathon Runner-Up Winner
- csv upload
- Enhanced Plots with Plotly
- Web Monetization enabled
- Image download
|Pie||Comparison of trending operating systems|
|Scatter/Line||Trends of funny zoom backgrounds|
|Time Series||Comparison of trending noodles|
|Geo Map||International earthquake data|
|Heat Map||Random Data Set|
|3-D||Random Data set|
- Python 3.7
- Browser with coil wallet (No Sign in required for testing)
Get Latest Pyodide Downloaded (pyodide.js)Using CDN
- Bookmarklet : For testing coil without an account
After the above requirements have been met:
How I built it
- Web Monetization Api - Exclusive Content
- Web Monetization Api - Removing Ads
- Test Web Monetization
- UI Template
- Data Sets for Testing
- More on Pyodide
Top comments (2)
This looks 100% static, you should host on github pages, netlify, vercel (formerly zeit), or something like that!
What was your experience with pyodide? Looks heavy so I have written it off. I should really just try it out though as it really is some cool tech.
Hey Waylon! I was originally going to host on Heroku but I've been wanting to check out Netlify - thanks for the suggestion I'm going to try and spin that up this week if time permits. 🙂
There are definitely performance drawbacks but it was fun to learn and build with.
Today I found this cool project called PyMedPhys(Open Source! 🙌🏾 ) that is using it in production! I'm hoping to see more tools like this as Pyodide matures.