Commit 90de0a9e authored by Toby Hodges's avatar Toby Hodges
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updated links to walkthrough notebooks.

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When you have got this working, try changing the bar colours. If you are really adventurous, plot all of the data on a single set of axes, with the data interleaved and the bars for different sites in different colours.
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After you have finished on this exercise, or if you get really stuck and need to look at a solution, take a look at [this notebook](http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/tobyhodges/ITPP/blob/master/Exercise3_6WalkthroughMPL.ipynb), which runs through my way of producing the site plots with a different bar color for each taxon.
After you have finished on this exercise, or if you get really stuck and need to look at a solution, take a look at [this notebook](http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/tobyhodges/ITPP/blob/v2/Exercise3_6WalkthroughMPL.ipynb), which runs through my way of producing the site plots with a different bar color for each taxon.
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If you are really adventurous, plot all of the data on a single set of axes, with the data interleaved and the bars for different sites in different colours.
 
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After you have finished on this exercise, or if you get really stuck and need to look at a solution, take a look at [this notebook](http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/tobyhodges/ITPP/blob/master/WS3exercise.ipynb), which runs through my way of producing the site plots with a different bar color for each taxon.
After you have finished on this exercise, or if you get really stuck and need to look at a solution, take a look at [this notebook](http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/tobyhodges/ITPP/blob/v2/Exercise5_6WalkthroughBokeh.ipynb), which runs through my way of producing the site plots with a different bar color for each taxon.
 
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