Pyflot anyone?

So this flot thing is pretty cool.  But I hate working in JS and most of my web tinkering is using Django, which is python-based.  So I wrote a quick and dirty module for generating flot output based on a python class.  Here’s how I reproduce their first flot example:

p1 = pyflot.Plot()
x1 = np.arange(0,14,0.5); y1 = np.sin(x1)
x2 = [0,4,8,9]; y2 = [3,8,5,13]
x3 = [0,7,None,7,12]; y3 = [12,12,None,2.5,2.5]

And here’s the output html to compare.

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