Very, true, we can save the chart and open and show it in REPL.
This is a solution if you just want to view the chart, and not interact with it.
There seems to be a Helium package that may enable SublimeREPL to display the chart within the REPL window, however, I have yet to replicate this solution in Sublime.
I would like to ideally enable Sublime to be as functional as Jupyter Notebook, without requiring Jupyter via the iPython build system.
I’m currently learning Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) using Python. I’ll provide an update on this thread once I’ve developed or found a functional solution that tackle this feature request. The goal is to enable SublimeREPL to display MATPLOT charts within the same REPL window, and allowing users to interact with the chart seamlessly in that environment.
p.s, I have subscribed to your Youtube channel. I love using Sublime and plan to use it for my personal dev projects. I am still learning the best ways to use Sublime, while learning Data Science and ML.