Hello @Abusnina , welcome to the forums !
This is odd, if I recall correctly but I’m no plotly expert, just read it somewhere one day… starting from plotly 4 there should not be a need to define plotly offline so I don’t understand how this error can appear if you are effectively on plotly 4.5.4.
On my side, with Streamlit 0.57.0 Plotly 4.5.4 and cufflinks 0.5 and 0.17.3 the following works :
import cufflinks as cf
import pandas as pd
import numpy as np
import streamlit as st
df = pd.DataFrame(np.random.randn(1000, 2), columns=['A', 'B']).cumsum()
fig = df.iplot(asFigure=True, xTitle="The X Axis",
yTitle="The Y Axis", title="The Figure Title")
Oh wait, actually you need to pass the
iplot to actually return a plotly object that
st.plotly_chart can interpret ! If I remove it from my code it doesn’t work like you get.
Can’t find the corresponding docs except for here :
By passing the
asFigure=True argument to
.iplot() , Cufflinks works similarly to Plotly Express, by returning customizable
go.Figure objects which are compatible with Dash’s
dcc.Graph component. Cufflinks also adds a
.figure() method which has the same signature as
.iplot() except that it has
asFigure=True set as the default.
Does it work by passing the argument ?