Last summer we launched our interactive figures initiative with plotly. Since then, we have published 22 interactives figures in seven articles across two platforms (F1000Research and MNI Open Research). Our collaboration with ploty (and Code Ocean) was also covered in a recent Nature Toolbox article. Continue reading ““Interactivity in scientific figures is a key tool for data exploration and the scientific process””
For the 1 February issue of Nature magazine, I wrote a Toolbox article on interactive figures. Unlike static PDFs or JPEGs, these figures allow users to explore the underlying data and code used to create them, for instance to zoom in on a crowded region of interest, or to probe the robustness of a computational model….