I am new to plotly and python.
I am trying to output a high-resolution image. According to this page: https://plotly.com/python/static-image-export/ I should install “kaleido” as the now recommended approach. The doc says this is opposed to the legacy “orca”.
I installed and created a fig based on plotly express.
I then executed the following per the docs:
if not os.path.exists(“images”):
I get a lengthy error that contains the notice
The orca executable is required to export figures as static images,
but it could not be found on the system path.
I am not sure what that means. Is it not using the “kaleido” approach? Do I still need orca?