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Download Plotly Graphs into R
Download Plotly figures directly into R with
api_download_plot(). This takes the
plot_id and the
username as arguments.
For example, to download https://plot.ly/~cpsievert/559 into R, call:
library(plotly) fig <- api_download_plot("559", "cpsievert")
Edit Downloaded Graph
Once the figure is downloaded, you can edit it like any plotly object. This will create a new figure unless you specify the same filename as the figure that you downloaded.
p <- layout(fig, title = paste("Modified on ", Sys.time()))
Adding a trace to a subplot figure
fig <- api_download_plot("6343", "chelsea_lyn") p <- add_lines(fig, x = c(1, 2), y = c(1, 2), xaxis = "x2", yaxis = "y2")