I have noticed since I moved from matplotlib/seaborn to plotly, that the basic graphs are rather ugly. For example:
Here is a simply plotly distplot graph.
Here is a simple seaborn distplot graph:
I think its clear the seaborn graph is much pretter.
I know plotly graphs be very beautiful. For example.
But the problem is that making such a beautiful graph would (1) take a very long time to learn and (2) take a very long time to implement because the code behind this graph is very long and complicated.
For my purposes, does there exist some kind of plotly “template” feature, in which other pros have already pre-written beautiful templates, which I can then choose from a library, and then implement onto my own skeleton graph-code? I’ve scoured the plotly documentation but I can’t find anything like this.