Data and CPU Quotas

    We enforce quotas on the resource usage in the free tier for a number of reasons. For instance, quotas protect users from sudden unforeseen spikes and even outages caused by either malicious usage or just user error. Since we allow for running arbitrary code in essentially shared environment, we must be careful and prevent users from grabbing all processor or disk resources. The restrictions are very permissive and we see just a tiny fraction of our users who actually hit the limits.

    Plot Builder

    Papeeria Plot Builder allows for building simple plots from CSV files. You can edit your data in a table interface, choose one of the plot types, tweak plot rendering options and finally build the image file using either built-in Gnuplot engine or integration with Plotly service. This article gives a high-level overview of the plot building workflow. Loading data into table When you open any file with .csv extension in the editor, you’ll see an additional "

    Plot Configuration Options

    Colors, styles and the legend You can change color used for each Y data series and line and point style (if applicable) in the top rows of the table and change the columns names in the column heading. Column names will be used in the legend if you choose to show it on the plot. Axis labels and ticks options X and Y labels can be tuned separately in the Axis settings pane.

    Premium Plotting Features

    Custom gnuplot scripts If you’re subscribed to paid plan then you can run arbitrary gnuplot scripts and build complex plots. You can generate a stub script from the currently chosen plotting options using New gnuplot file action in Build plot dropdown. All gnuplot files which are found in the project show up in Build plot dropdown and can be chosen to generate plot from any data file.