How to remove Axis planes in plotly.graph_objects.Figure

Hi. I would like to use plotly.graph_object.Figure to show a custom-created 3D Mesh as seen at https://plotly.com/python/3d-mesh/
However, I would like to hide the XYZ Axis planes and just show the mesh by itself. Is there a way to do so? Code snippet in python would be much appreciated. Thank you

Hey @wassimj ,

Welcome to the community.

import plotly.graph_objects as go
import numpy as np

# Download data set from plotly repo
pts = np.loadtxt(np.DataSource().open('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/plotly/datasets/master/mesh_dataset.txt'))
x, y, z = pts.T

fig = go.Figure(data=[go.Mesh3d(x=x, y=y, z=z, color='lightpink', opacity=0.50)])


fig.update_layout(
    scene = dict(
        xaxis = dict(visible=False),
        yaxis = dict(visible=False),
        zaxis =dict(visible=False)
        )
    )
  



fig.show()

Also please see link below:
https://plotly.com/python/3d-axes/

Have a nice day.

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Brilliant! Many thanks!

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Sorry, one more question. Is there a way to emphasize (e.g. draw in a darker colour) the edges of this mesh?

Please see the docs:

Have a nice day.

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Thank you. Please see the result here: https://wassimj-topologicst-plotly-test01-yul95o.streamlitapp.com/

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