Quick reference that shows options to add plotly charts to a markdown document.
Add raw html output to markdown
Thanks to this article from http://www.kellieottoboni.com - I updated the syntax to use the latest version of plotly because you don’t have to fiddle with plotly offline versions anymore.
Create a Plotly figure object:
# From https://plotly.com/python/line-charts/ import plotly.express as px df = px.data.gapminder().query("continent=='Oceania'") fig = px.line(df, x="year", y="lifeExp", color='country') fig.show()
Get HTML from the figure object
Then you want to get the raw html using either the
to_html() method or the
write_html method, with some flags that should honestly be default:
# Output html that you can copy paste fig.to_html(full_html=False, include_plotlyjs='cdn') # Saves a html doc that you can copy paste fig.write_html("output.html", full_html=False, include_plotlyjs='cdn')
Copy and paste directly into your markdown
Here’s the output, copied and pasted into a markdown document (powered by Jekyll/Minimal Mistakes):
Tested on Plotly 4.14.3