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Hello everyone. I'm excited to announce the release of Oz 1.5.2. Oz is a simple Clojure & ClojureScript data visualization library built around Vega-Lite & Vega. In Vega-Lite & Vega, data visualizations are specified as pure data descriptions about how to map properties of your data and interactions to aesthetics of a visualization, and is thus an eminently Clojuresque approach to the art of data visualization Oz specifically comes with the following features: • REPL based workflow • Reagent components for dynamic web applications • Jupyter notebook support via the Clojupyter & IClojure kernels • Load markdown files, with a notation for embedding visualizations as code blocks • The ability to combine Vega-Lite & Vega with hiccup for creation of scientific documents • Export of visualizations and scientific documents to live/interactive html files via the export! function • A publish/sharing API which pushes visualizations or scientific documents (as pure data) to a GitHub gist, and prints out a url for loading them up from either the Vega Editor tool ( or via (for Vega(-Lite) + hiccup documents) To learn more about Vega-Lite, Vega or Oz, please check out Thanks for your time!

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And also a library for encrypting and decrypting arbitrary Clojure values:


Not sure if it really fits here, please tell me if it doesn't. Recently started working on a new project called Cube. It's a ipfs / ipfs-cluster management application, entirely written in Clojure/Clojurescript, made for desktop/server deployment. It's still in it's early stages, but if you're interested in some open source Clojure applications together with distributed storage (and decentralization!), check it out! You can find it here:

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