We are excited to announce the release of version 1.5.0 of the babyplots library and the corresponding versions of the babyplots R and Python implementations.
This version brings a new visualization type to babyplots: line. Lines are 3-dimensional continuous lines that are described by the x, y and z coordinates of the points along the line. Each point can also have a color variable which is interpolated along the line connecting the points. Additionally, labels can be added alongside the points of the line.
You can check out an example of a line in combination with a point cloud in this recent Tweet about the word guessing game "Semantle".
Find the documentation on the new plot type here: