Plotly gauge figure on Static monitor

I’m using a Raspberry Pi to monitor internet speeds and want to present the information on an HDMI monitor, updated once every minute or so. I love the Plotly gauges and other capabilities to display data, but I can’t seem to get the figure to display. I’ve tried multiple rendering options without success. This device has to operate on- or off-line, so shipping the data to a server doesn’t work.

Any suggestions?


Hi @Barton
Welcome to the community. Can you share your code with us please

Thank you for your quick reply. I was testing Plotly using a standard test plot:

import as pio

png_renderer = pio.renderers[“png”]
png_renderer.width = 500
png_renderer.height = 500

pio.renderers.default = “png”

import plotly.graph_objects as go

fig = go.Figure(
data=[go.Bar(y=[2, 1, 3])],
layout_title_text=“A Figure Displayed with the ‘png’ Renderer”