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ISO8601 or ISOString date format not working?

My date in table format is as follows:

2016-01-01T20:27:00.957Z 26.875 23.5
2016-01-01T20:28:00.955Z 26.8125 23.5
2016-01-01T20:29:00.957Z 26.875 23.5
2016-01-01T20:30:00.959Z 26.875 23.5
2016-01-01T20:31:00.959Z 26.875 23.4375
2016-01-01T20:32:00.959Z 26.875 23.4375
2016-01-01T20:33:00.964Z 26.875 23.4375

How do I get plotly to recognise the first column as dates?

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You’ll have to convert them to yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS.ss format.

More info here: http://help.plot.ly/date-format-and-time-series/

Why, ISO8601 is an international standard?

What standard can plot.ly quote for yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS.ss?

May I suggest that implementing ISO8601 is far better than using something like yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS.ss .

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