I’ve created a series 5 of plotly charts in my jupyter notebook. They look fine. I created a free user account because I want to link my blog to them. The first graphic worked fine. When I created the second graphic by clicking ‘edit chart’, it went through fine & I was able to link it to the blog, just like the first.
When I then moved on to the seond, third, etc., it would initially look ok, but then would suddenly revert to the second graphic. Why? I then went to the ‘My Files’ option on ploltly online. There were about 6 files I didn’t know I had created. So, I deleted them to start over. Now, when I click ‘edit graphic’ from my jupyter notebook, it won’t display and instead says ‘Not Found’. What happened? Frankly, it’s so frustrating I’m not sure it’s worth it
Do you have a piece of code to help us see where the problem may be coming from?
Did you set offline mode to work in Jupyter
> import plotly.graph_objs as go
> from plotly.offline import download_plotlyjs, init_notebook_mode, plot, iplot
If you run into any issues, don’t hesitate to restart your kernel => Kernel => Restart and clear Output. This helps me to clean my code.
When you upload the figures to chart studio with
plotly.plotly.plot, make sure to specify the
filename argument and give each figure that you want to share on your blog a unique file name. See https://plot.ly/python/getting-started/#start-plotting-online for some examples of using
Thanks! That worked perfectly. I should have known that was the problem, actually, but just didn’t think it through.