I’m very new to programming, and Plotly as well - apologies if this is a silly mistake on my part
When creating plots as an HTML page, i can easily embed them in an iframe without issue - but this uses quite a bit of space and isn’t the desirable method/increases runtime (thousands of charts)
I attempted to plot using
somevar = plotly.offline.plot([trace], output_type='div', show_link=False, include_plotlyjs=False)
This portion works fine, and I attempt to embed it in a webpage how this gentlemen does it https://gist.github.com/jackparmer/eed4fa204650f03fe8a4 , simply by replacing pieces of a giant html string - the iframe is never able to display the charts. Ive included plotly.js from the CDN, so im unsure of whats going on. Even setting include_plotlyjs to True fails to work
Has anybody been able to use offline charting/ output=‘div’ to embed multiple charts? Do I need to extract a portion of the somevar string?
Thank you kindly for any response