we recently published a meta-analysis on Elife, and we took advantage of the novel Executable Research Article (ERA) format to embed interactive figures made with Plotly. On Elife, ERAs are rendered through the Stencila platform: basically, it allows to assemble an article using a Jupyter Notebook and therefore to include executable code and the related output. Our goal was to overcome the limitations of static papers and to allow the reader to literally explore the data we collected from the studies included in the survey.
The ERA is here:
And there is an associated Github repository with more details, as well as a blog post going into the details of how the treemap is realised: