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I usually like having the possibility of maximum power and expressiveness… But eventually I just want to make easy things easy. I’ll try Altair next time I need to plot anything. Lately I’ve gone a lot to gnuplot, to be fair: nothing beats it to just plot a text file you have lying around.
This is what is now being used at BitPhy, after I recommended them to… well, not use Airflow. To be fair they were considering Argo and Airflow, and given they are heavy on Kubernetes, Argo sounds a better fit.
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