Hey Dash Club –
We’ve just created a set of tutorials to help Dash component plugin authors reconcile the differences between D3.js and React (Integrating D3.js into Dash Components | Dash for Python Documentation | Plotly). As part of these tutorials, we made a few D3.js components that are functional on their own. One of these is the Dash Sunburst component.
Connecting these sunburst charts to Dash is really cool because it enables simple server-side updates via Dash callbacks. If your data is large, e.g. if you are viewing hundreds of layers, then a sunburst chart can quickly become incomprehensible. With Dash, you can update the chart from the Python backend, enabling you to progressively explore the radial network:
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