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Graph weather underground data with Plotly Python client
#!/usr/bin/env python
import urllib2
import json
import plotly
import datetime
import plotly.plotly as py
from plotly.graph_objs import *
py.sign_in('XXXX', 'XXXX')
api_key = 'XXXX'
sf_lookup_url = 'http://api.wunderground.com/api/' + api_key + '/geolookup/conditions/q/CA/San_Francisco.json'
mtl_lookup_url = 'http://api.wunderground.com/api/' + api_key + '/conditions/q/Canada/Montreal.json'
urls = { 'MTL': mtl_lookup_url, 'SF': sf_lookup_url }
temps = { 'MTL': [], 'SF': [] }
for city in temps.keys():
f = urllib2.urlopen(urls[city])
json_string = f.read()
parsed_json = json.loads(json_string)
temps[city].append( parsed_json['current_observation']['temp_c'] )
temps[city].append( parsed_json['current_observation']['temp_f'] )
# print "Current temperature in %s is: %s C, %s F" % (city, temps[city][0], temps[city][1] )
f.close()
layout = Layout(
title='Current temperature in Montreal and San Francisco',
titlefont=Font(
family='"Open sans", verdana, arial, sans-serif',
size=17,
color='#444'
),
font=Font(
family='"Open sans", verdana, arial, sans-serif',
size=12,
color='#444'
),
showlegend=True,
autosize=True,
width=803,
height=566,
xaxis=XAxis(
title='Click to enter X axis title',
titlefont=Font(
family='"Open sans", verdana, arial, sans-serif',
size=14,
color='#444'
),
range=[1418632334984.89, 1418632334986.89],
domain=[0, 1],
type='date',
rangemode='normal',
autorange=True,
showgrid=False,
zeroline=False,
showline=True,
autotick=True,
nticks=0,
ticks='inside',
showticklabels=True,
tick0=0,
dtick=1,
ticklen=5,
tickwidth=1,
tickcolor='#444',
tickangle='auto',
tickfont=Font(
family='"Open sans", verdana, arial, sans-serif',
size=12,
color='#444'
),
mirror='allticks',
linecolor='rgb(34,34,34)',
linewidth=1,
anchor='y',
side='bottom'
),
yaxis=YAxis(
title='Temperature (degrees)',
titlefont=Font(
family='"Open sans", verdana, arial, sans-serif',
size=14,
color='#444'
),
range=[-5.968375815056313, 57.068375815056314],
domain=[0, 1],
type='linear',
rangemode='normal',
autorange=True,
showgrid=False,
zeroline=False,
showline=True,
autotick=True,
nticks=0,
ticks='inside',
showticklabels=True,
tick0=0,
dtick=1,
ticklen=5,
tickwidth=1,
tickcolor='#444',
tickangle='auto',
tickfont=Font(
family='"Open sans", verdana, arial, sans-serif',
size=12,
color='#444'
),
exponentformat='B',
showexponent='all',
mirror='allticks',
linecolor='rgb(34,34,34)',
linewidth=1,
anchor='x',
side='left'
),
legend=Legend(
x=1,
y=1.02,
traceorder='normal',
font=Font(
family='"Open sans", verdana, arial, sans-serif',
size=12,
color='#444'
),
bgcolor='rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.5)',
bordercolor='#444',
borderwidth=0,
xanchor='left',
yanchor='auto'
)
)
cur_time = datetime.datetime.now() # current date and time
data=[]
temp_types = ['C','F']
for city in temps.keys():
for i in range(len(temp_types)):
data.append( Scatter( x=[cur_time], y=[temps[city][i]], \
line=Line(dash='dot') if i==0 else Line(),
mode='lines+markers', \
name='{0} ({1})'.format(city,temp_types[i]) ) )
data = Data( data )
fig = Figure(data=data, layout=layout)
plot_url=py.plot(fig, filename='montreal-and-san-francisco-temperatures',fileopt='extend',auto_open=False)
# print plot_url
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