Question: Data Visualization Web App
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9 months ago by
Pappu1.8k wrote:

I am trying to make a data visualization web app in Python where users can visualize their gene expression mutation etc data sets and run basic analysis. I don't have experience in JavaScript. I am wondering if it would be possible to build such application or if their is any web framework tailored for it.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 9 months ago by igor6.9k • written 9 months ago by Pappu1.8k
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9 months ago by
Ibrahim Tanyalcin880 wrote:
  • If you are from Python background there is Django and Flask. And of course many other alternatives.
  • If you are used to php etc, there is Lavarel.
  • Since you are not from javascript background, there is no need to dig deeper into MERN stack (mangoose, express, react node)

IMO, if you have a very 'niche' set of data that requires complex visualizations and client browser functionality, frameworks can't help you much in here. It's much better to get a partner that knows vanilla Javascript inside out, as currently nothing beats that in webdev.

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9 months ago by
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igor6.9k wrote:

If you want to make a Python-based visualization app, you are probably looking for Dash:

Dash is a Python framework for building analytical web applications. No JavaScript required.

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