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How to draw a graph within a popup with the information that fired the popup?

I want to create a graph, current_ratio_stocks within a pop up, a modal. This graph needs to know some information from the the active_cell that fired the modal.

@app.callback(Output('modal', 'children'),
              [Input('table', 'active_cell'),
               Input('close', 'n_clicks')],
              # [State('modal', 'is_open')]
def set_content(active_cell, n_clicks):
    if active_cell is not None:
        row = df.iloc[[active_cell.get("row")]]
        name = row['Name']
        ticker = row['Ticker']

    return [
                    html.H6('Sales', style={'textAlign': 'center', 'padding': 10}),
                    html.P(update_earnings(ticker), id="sales_stocks", style={'textAlign': 'center', 'padding': 10})
                ], className='pretty_container four columns'),
                    html.H5('Current ratio', style={'textAlign': 'center', 'padding': 10}),
                ], className='pretty_container seven columns')
            ]), className='pretty_container twelve columns'),
        dbc.ModalFooter(dbc.Button("Close", id="close")),

So far I’m doing:

    Output('current_ratio_stocks', 'figure'),
    [Input('table', 'active_cell')])
def update_current_ratio(active_cell):
    df = pd.read_csv(DATA_PATH + 'tickers_september_2017_red.csv')
    row = df.iloc[[active_cell.get("row")]]
    ticker = row['Ticker'].values[0]

    return fig

But that leads to the situation where I have to wait for active_cell to be activated twice in order to show up.