I have been trying to work on graphs in R, and upload them into my account. This works the majority of the time, except for when I am uploading a heat map, or any other graph that uses ‘aes(fill = X)’. Here’s my example:
library(plotly) df <- cor(mtcars) df <- melt(df) colnames(df) <- c("X", "Y", "Correlation") test.plot <- ggplotly(ggplot(df, aes(x = X, y = Y, fill = Correlation)) + geom_tile()) api_create(test.plot, "tester plot", sharing = "private")
I receive the error:
Error: Client error: (400) Bad Request
Figure field is invalid. Reason: Raw data arrays are not allowed at this endpoint. Use grid references instead. Raw data found at the following paths in the figure [(‘data’, 1, u’marker’, u’colorbar’, u’ticktext’), (‘data’, 1, u’marker’, u’colorbar’, u’tickvals’)]
When I remove the fill tag, it uploads just fine. However, for heat maps, I need the fill function - and it currently won’t work.
In order to diagnose, I checked the version of Plotly I was using, and it was the dev version of 184.108.40.20600. I rolled back to 4.7.1, and the same error occurred. I also attempted to use multiple geoms to no avail. The same error occurs each time.
I need to utilise R to generate the graphs to keep it automated. If there is any way to correct this, I would greatly appreciate it.