First off, I would like to say that I am extremely grateful for all the work you have done on creating this package. I have recommended it to many people in need of creating dashboards and will continue to do so.
However, on this page : https://plot.ly/r/offline/ I find that the default setting is that the plots are generated without any calls to the server.
Does all this depend on the fact whether you have a Plotly account or not? I do not have an account, so I am curious how/where my plots can be viewed publicly in that case.
If any data is collected and/or shared, how can I prevent this from the sources? I have the latest open-source R package from GitHub.
The data I will use is confidential so I do not want to use plotly before I can make sure nothing will be shared publicly.
I share the same concern, except with the offline version of Plotly with IPython/Jupyter. Is there a way to disable the ability to export plots to the cloud altogether? I am currently using “show_link=False” when calling iplot, however that only disables the export link at the bottom-right of the plot, not the “save and edit plot in cloud” action in the upper-right hover control. In order for me to use Plotly, I would need it to never send anything to the cloud. If this isn’t currently possible, is there a way to request it to be added to future versions of Plotly? Thanks!