ScottPlot.NET
How to plot data using ScottPlot in a Jupyter / .NET Interactive notebook

.NET Notebooks allow programmers to work with data in an interactive environment. To get started using ScottPlot in a .NET workbooks, install the .NET Interactive Notebooks extension for VS Code, create a new quickstart.ipynb file, then add the following:

Prepare the Notebook

// Install the ScottPlot NuGet package
#r "nuget:ScottPlot"

// Setup a custom formatter to display plots as images
using Microsoft.DotNet.Interactive.Formatting;
Formatter.Register(typeof(ScottPlot.Plot), (plt, writer) => 
    writer.Write(((ScottPlot.Plot)plt).GetImageHTML()), HtmlFormatter.MimeType);

Plot Data

// Plot some data
double[] dataX = new double[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 };
double[] dataY = new double[] { 1, 4, 9, 16, 25 };
var plt = new ScottPlot.Plot(400, 300);
plt.AddScatter(dataX, dataY);

// Display the plot as an image
plt

Plot Data from a DataFrame

ScottPlot is designed to display data in double[] format, so use LINQ to convert data values to a double array like this:

double[] columnValues = Enumerable.Range(0, (int)df.Rows.Count)
    .Select(x => Convert.ToDouble(df["ColumnName"][x]))
    .ToArray();