I’m noticing a funny interaction between Plotly and a version of Jupyter Lab. Instead of giving me a 3D surface plot , I get a blank 3D block and an error message that reads: “
Code that runs fine in Jupyter Notebook, such as the official 3d surface plot documentation, or the following small example, produce the error in Jupyter lab:
import torch import plotly.graph_objects as go zz = torch.rand(33,33) x = torch.linspace(0, 1, steps=zz.shape[-2]).numpy() y = torch.linspace(0, 1, steps=zz.shape[-1]).numpy() fig = go.Figure(data=[go.Surface(z=zz.cpu().numpy(), x=x, y=y)]) fig.show()
So, the expected result is what I see when I run in jupyter notebook (not lab) or raw python script:
But instead what I see in JupyterLab is this:
Since this code works fine in regular python or Jupyter notebook, I’m pursuing this problem on both Plotly and Jupyter forums to see if anyone can suggest a fix. So far I’ve only found one instance of a similar problem reported on the web but there were no replies to the question.
Any idea? Thanks.
To be clear: I don’t believe this is a plotly bug or a jupyter bug, just some weird problem with one particular server installation. Happens for multiple versions of Plotly and multiple versions of Jupyter, and on multiple browsers.
Update: This seems to affect only Surface plots! I can do 3D Scatter plots just fine! ? (but I want a surface plot)