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By Jeet_Karia, history, 2 months ago, In English,

This helps in, more detailed analysis of your submissions to the codeforces which contains tags, verdicts, and ratings, all three combined in one interactive pie-chart made using plotly(OpenSource Graphing Library for python).

You can access the script here. If your handle is Jeet_Karia then run the script as: python cf-sub-dist3.py --handle Jeet_Karia

Output will be as below:

If clicked on one of the tags (say math), then pie chart turns to:

If clicked on one of the verdicts(say OK) the pie-chart turns to:

 
 
 
 
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Is there any online IDE which works with Plotly?? Because dealing with libraries sometimes gets messy for me

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    You can use plotly at chart-studio for data visualization only. You won't able to write your own python scripts there.

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    You can try using Kaggle's notebooks. They have in-built libraries for plotly but I found them bit tricky to use it in Kaggle. I will recommend using it in the locally created virtual environment if you are not sure about using any library and then you can do any kind of testing you want there.