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colors=['rgb(53,195,176)', 'rgb(168,201,121)', 'rgb(255,210,181)', 'rgb(255,169,164)', 'rgb(255,140,148)'] points=points_sphere(N=100) data2=get_data(points, R=1.005, arcs=False, colorscale=, colors=colors) fig2 = Figure(data=data2, layout=plot_layout(ax=noaxis)) fig2['layout'].update(title='Polyhedral approximation of a spherical Voronoi diagram') py.iplot(fig2, filename='polyhedral-voronoi')
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