I have used bokeh to generate charts and like it for the most part, but it does not do 3D graphics, so I am looking into plotly.
Plotly seems interesting, but I hit a bump almost immediately. The interactive toolbar at the top of a chart is oriented horizontally and squashes my graphs excessively. For the types of charts I do, bokeh does it right - the interactive toolbar is oriented vertically. To me this makes more sense, since monitors have much more horizontal screen real-estate than vertical, so losing a little on the horizontal has only minor impact.
I looked at the config options but could find nothing related to the toolbar’s orientation. Is there a way to force the toolbar to adopt a vertical orientation, perhaps also specifying which side of the graph to occupy (in case it is not on the RHS)?