Creating subplot heatmaps with fixed cell width in plotly

I would like to plot subplots of Heatmaps. Is there any way that I can set a global width for all cells? By default, all subplots have the same size, and the width of each cell changes accordingly to how many columns each subplot has. I need it the other way around. I would like to set a fixed cell width that needs to be automatically determined using the entire width of the whole figure and the overall number of columns.

Here’s an example:

import numpy as np
from numpy.random import default_rng
import pandas as pd
from plotly.subplots import make_subplots
import plotly.graph_objects as go

rng = default_rng(42)

# create example dataframe
n_variates = 2
variables = ['apple','pear', 'orange','mandarin','grapefruit']
sources = ['pome','pome','citrus','citrus','citrus']
variates = np.repeat(list(range(n_variates)),len(variables))
values = rng.random(n_variates * len(variables))
df = pd.DataFrame({'variable':np.tile(variables,n_variates),

# prepare for plotting
z_list = []
source_names = []
for source_name,source in df.groupby('source'):
    z = source.pivot(columns=['source','variable'],index='variate',values='value')

# plot
fig = make_subplots(rows=1,cols=len(z_list),
for col,z in enumerate(z_list):
    fig.add_trace(go.Heatmap(z=z,x=z.columns.get_level_values(1),coloraxis = "coloraxis"),1,col+1)

Which gives you:

I just want to say I have this exact same problem now, I’ve spent hours playing with different parameters and none of them solve it!