Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #pdl, 2015-12-11

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15:26 vicash use PDL::Graphics::Prima
15:28 vicash gtodd: but if you want modern looking charts, i'd recommend using a combination of a Javascript charting library and PDL. the charts look awesome ...
15:33 gtodd JuliaLang has a neat webbased charting "application publishing" framwork called Escher.jl   https://shashi.github.io/Escher.jl/
15:36 gtodd framework for publishing stats/numerical "apps" using a webserver. I've been reading through the code trying to figure out the pieces and see how they would map to a simmilar framework in perl/PDL ...  :-D
15:39 gtodd it's nothing I'm capable of doing .. just trying to figure out what's already possible :)
15:51 gtodd instead of a "framework", a blog that docuiments how to do "data graphics" (PNGs or Canvas elements or SVG) with PDL and "publish" them along side rendered markdown with say Mojolicious would be excellent heh heh.
15:53 gtodd Escher is pretty cool though.  I like how changing the code instantly updates the connected graphic ...  some kind of abstract virtual graphic object (called a Tile ?)  seems to be the key to it all

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