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Recent versions of the R package include an
export() function, which does image export locally, but requires the webshot package:
if (!require("webshot")) install.packages("webshot") tmpFile <- tempfile(fileext = ".png") export(plot_ly(), file = tmpFile) browseURL(tmpFile)
Export Using Your Plotly Account
Another option is to do image export through your plotly account.
First, you will require the development version of plotly, this can be installed using
devtools::install_github("ropensci/plotly"). In addition, if you haven't already, let the R package know about your credentials.
Sys.setenv("plotly_username" = "YOUR USER NAME") Sys.setenv("plotly_api_key" = "YOUR API KEY")
This option will export the image on plotly's servers and write the content to a local file
"output.png" in your working directory.
library(plotly) p <- plot_ly(x = c(1,2,3,4), y = c(2,4,1,3), type = 'scatter', mode = 'lines') plotly_IMAGE(p, format = "png", out_file = "output.png")
Appending File Type to URL
You can also view the static version of any Plotly graph by appending
.svg to the end of the URL. For example, view the static image of https://plot.ly/~chris/1638 at https://plot.ly/~chris/1638.png. See Using Plotly with rmarkdown/knitr for a way to embed these links in rmarkdown/knitr (Rmd) files.