eclipseo / aftertheflood-spark

Description

#After the Flood Spark, a font to display charts within text

After the Flood Spark is a font that allows for the combination of text and visual data to show an idea and evidence in one headline. This builds on the principle of Sparklines defined by Edward Tufte and makes them easier to use. Sparklines are currently available as plugins or javascript elements. By installing the Spark font you can use them immediately without the need for custom code.

Spark data needs to be formatted as comma-separated values, with curly brackets at both ends of the set, e.g., {30,60,90}. You can also have numbers at the beginning and end of the set, which are useful for providing the start and end points, e.g., 123{30,60,90}456 – Spark has numerals built in.

Installation Instructions

# dnf copr enable eclipseo/aftertheflood-spark

# dnf install aftertheflood-spark-fonts

Active Releases

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Fedora 25 i386 (0)*, ppc64le (0)*, x86_64 (0)* Fedora 25 (2 downloads)
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