I would like to have a 3d plot that is not in a cube, since my z data is 10 times smaller than the scale of x and y axis. How do you set it up so that the 3d plot is not in a cube, but in a rectangular shape instead? (I would like x, y, z axis to be on the same scale as well. That is, x and y are from 0 to 100, while z is from 0 to 10). Here is an example of what I have:

zz = matrix(c(1:10), nrow = 100, ncol = 100)

plot_ly(z=zz, x = c(1:100), y = c(1:100), type = ‘surface’) %>%

layout(autorange = F, aspectmode = ‘manual’,

scene = list(xaxis = list(range = c(0,100)),

yaxis = list(range = c(0,100)),

zaxis = list(range = c(0,20))

))

And the plot generated looks like this:

If I set the range of zaxis to (1:20), then the scale is messed up and the surface is still in a cube, which I don’t want to have.