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Jonas Jarutis
so that they would be visible in github...
Dan Di Spaltro
+1 on the asl license @alexarchambault =)
Paweł Panasewicz
Is it possible to use it to plot dynamically changing graph? using this wrapper?
Paweł Panasewicz
hmm. looks like original function Plotly.extendTraces which could solve above problem has not been ported to scala :(
Ólafur Páll Geirsson
Hey! Have you considered adding this library to scalafiddle.io ?
It might be nice to play around with charts
Alexandre Archambault
@olafurpg It'd be cool, yes. I don't know how scalafiddle handles fancy outputs like plotly-scala would give (basically, some JS and a bit of HTML).
Ólafur Páll Geirsson
I think scalafiddle apps can select dom nodes and update them
with https://unpkg.com it might be possible to load the plotly library at runtime
either way, was mostly curious :blush:
Alexandre Archambault
Ok, just actually read the scalafidlle doc :)
Don't know if there's a library that exposes the Fiddle object we have access to, from the scalafiddle sessions
Thijs Broersen
I am having conflict issues between the argonaut-version of plotly-scala and argonaut-verions of other libraries I use in my Jupyter notebook. How can I mitigate this properly? If I want to shade plotly-scala I need to shade argonaut in argonaut-shapeless.. As plotly-scala is depending on argonaut-shapeless which in turn depends on argonaut. Is there any other way to separate the classpaths?
Thijs Broersen
How can I implement a new chart-type?
Thijs Broersen
a lot is sealed abstract so I cannot simple extend Trace :(
Anton Kulaga
Do you have any Zeppelin support?
Antoine Doeraene
hey, the readme of the github repo says that there is support for subplots, but I can't figure out how to implement it. Could you point me to the exact place in the source code? Thanks!
hi, I tried the ammonite example on the webpage, but it does not work :
this one
I think i give up here... i wonder ... is it better to use scalablytyped ?
are u guys switching to that too ?
does this lib have a future ?
or will it be just simply replaced by scalablytyped ?
i mean this
i tried to fix it :
imported argonaut
no luck
there could be something off with the dependencies
if someone knows how to make it work, lemme know plz
i have not yet switched to scalably typed...
Hey Everyone
i need help to set custom marker in plotly chart
there is property symbolsrc but its not working
Jakub Dubovsky
Hey guys is somebody here able to tell me whether demo examples in here https://alexarchambault.github.io/plotly-scala/ are meant to work in almond kernel as well? I tried that basic line plot as an example and it fails with
cmd12.sc:13: not enough arguments for method plot: (path: String, traces: Seq[plotly.Trace], layout: plotly.layout.Layout, useCdn: Boolean, openInBrowser: Boolean, addSuffixIfExists: Boolean)java.io.File.
Unspecified value parameter layout.
val res12_3 = Plotly.plot("div-id", data)
                         ^Compilation Failed
Eric Czech
The "Plotly.plot" part of the demos is added automatically and is out of date (i.e. incorrect) at the moment. You could call data.plot though or use plot(data). This was helpful for me in finding what actually works: https://github.com/alexarchambault/plotly-scala/blob/master/almond/src/main/scala/plotly/Almond.scala
S Hussain
can somebody point me to a barebones jupyter lab demo using plotly-scala
Come on! Add more features into alomd-scala and plotly-scala
When the plotly-scala is as same as ploty.js that will nice no more.
Alexey Novakov
Hi there, I am wondering if this Plot type is easy to add or not?
Alexey Novakov
Screenshot 2021-03-11 at 10.54.42.png
After few hours I found how to extend the library. I will try to come up with a PR