So I have been on a quest to find a great language/set of tools for data exploration and visualization. But not only that, deliver to modern app platforms. You can see I have been very active with R lately, as I liked those visualizations, but not the F# ones. But then along came this Xplot thing from fslab.org. Whats interesting about this is that I can write F# code to generate interactive charts similiar to how I did in R. The big difference though is that I can deliver those to a production environment. In R, you have shiny, which is “free”, until you want to run real workloads with security etc, then its $10k. That sucks, I just have a simple blog.
Anyways, here is the quick chart demo of a simple random scatterplot built using F# and XPlot. I will record a video and post here with how it works in depth. THe good news, I can use a languages I like and do everything from distributed compute to gpu to statistics and generate beautiful graphics and integrate into any platform.
This is a test of rendering interactive charts and graphics
Here is a test chart with Plotly and R!