Hey guys! We are super excited to announce our first EVER partner integration!
Working with the team at Plot.ly in the week leading up to Christmas, we were able to put together a slick beta version of an integration that lets you send static data directly to Plot.ly’s awesome web-based graphing platform. Now that we’ve returned from Christmas and given it a little polish, we’re ready to hand it over to you guys!
How it works
Open the data set you want to graph in your My Data page.
- Click on the Plot.ly tab
- Select the tick boxes next to the columns you want to graph
- Click the “EXPORT TO PLOT.LY” button
- Choose your X and Y axes (in Plot.ly)
It’s that simple! For more on how to use this awesome new integration visit the tutorial.
What is Plot.ly?
Plot.ly is a young graphing and analytics startup, which makes it easy to analyze and visualize data. Using Plot.ly, users can import data from anywhere, then make and share online graphs using Python, MATLAB, R, Excel, Julia and their web app. Users can also share work and collaborate on projects.
Plot.ly forms an important step in building the infrastructure for data science to be further democratized. Their goal is to be an awesome platform for collaboratively analyzing data and making graphs.
“We love to connect with folks using data in any way, whether it’s for streaming data, running stats and fits on data, or making beautiful graphs.”
– Matt Sundquist, Co-Founder & COO of Plot.ly
The Perfect Match
Why did we choose Plot.ly for our first integration? Because we’re a great match! Both our platforms are designed to make the power of data more accessible. Both Plot.ly and import have something for every data skill level; and once you drill down into the real functionality, you can do some really powerful stuff, like this career analysis graph…