What is Repography?

Repography is a web app which creates data visualizations for your Git repos. You can use our command line script to try out Repography on any Git repo, or install our GitHub app.

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Our dashboards are designed to be embedded in your README.md and are automatically kept up-to-date.
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Our posters are available for purchase both as downloads ($5) and as framed prints (from $109).

Who we are

Repography is operated by Bobinette.net SAS, a company registed in France. Bobinette is an independent consultancy which, aside from projects like Repography, helps organisations explore interesting areas of technology.

Arpad Ray

Arpad Ray is a developer based in France who's been programming for over 20 years. His work includes projects as diverse as Virtual Reality, dynamic video rendering, and generative fashion.

Arpad is the sole developer of Repography, so it's probably his fault if something isn't working properly!

Valentina D'Efilippo

Valentina D'Efilippo is a designer, illustrator, and creative director based in London.

Valentina enjoys working with public organisations, start-ups, agencies and global brands. After leading the design team at Signal Noise, a data design agency part of the Economist Group, she recently returned to run her own practice full-time.

Pursuing imaginative and compelling visual language, her practice focuses on information design and data visualisation and her work takes many forms – from theatre productions and exhibitions to editorial content and interactive platforms.


Work/Artwork is an experimental series of poster designs available to buy in the Repography app which use the same repository analysis to create generative artworks. For Work/Artwork we collaborated with 4 generative artists:

Help us support good causes

Whenever you buy a Repography poster, a third of the profit is donated to a good cause. If it's one of our featured open source projects the donation goes directly to that project, otherwise it's donated to charity.

The charity we're supporting this quarter is Girls Who Code, an organisation which aims to close the gender gap in technology.

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