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by Tony Chang

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webnote stats

Feb 13, 2005, 11:53pm EST



Probably of interest to no one other than myself, I plotted some graphs of webnote usage.

workspaces created per day [zoom]

number of saves relative to workspace creation [zoom]

Not surprisingly, the second graph is a power law distribution.

I created the graphs using matplotlib.

Matt at Feb 14, 2005, 11:49am EST

Wow. Matplotlib is really nice. I’m using gnuplot for everything now, but it looks like matplotlib can make a wider variety of graphs and it integrates with my current scripts.

tony at Feb 14, 2005, 06:47pm EST

I think matplotlib is a bit slower than gnuplot, but being able to easily integrate it with python is a huge win.

davidczg at Mar 22, 2005, 09:25am EST

Hi, Tony Glad to contact to you! I’m a graduate student of China,your product is very funny and easy to use. Now I am preparing a presentation on the application of the Social Software,the webnote you develop( attracts me,what I want to know is that if there is a case about the application of the webnote in the education. whatever there is or there is not,please give me a reply,thanks very much!