I am getting the following error when I try to use the keyword argument
TypeError: The `dcc.Graph` component (version 2.6.2) received an unexpected keyword argument: `staticPlot`
Allowed arguments: animate, animation_options, className, clear_on_unhover, clickAnnotationData, clickData, config, extendData, figure, hoverData, id, loading_state, mathjax, prependData, relayoutData, responsive, restyleData, selectedData, style
I tried to set
staticPlot following the documentation here:
Graph | Dash for Python Documentation | Plotly. I have dash 2.6.2, which is the latest version of dash as of now. I just want to display a static graph. Would appreciate any help!
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Just taking a guess here, but according to the documentation link, the staticPlot should be inside the config argument as a dictionary:
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@jinnyzor Thanks! It worked.