react-plotly.js - A plotly.js React component from Plotly πŸ“ˆ

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A plotly.js React component from Plotly. The basis of Plotly's React component suite. This is a "dumb" component that doesn't merge its internal state with any updates. This means that if a user interacts with the plot, by zooming or panning for example, any subsequent re-renders will lose this information unless it is captured and upstreamed via the onUpdate callback prop.

https://plot.ly/products/react/
https://github.com/plotly/react-plotly.js

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prop-types : ^15.5.10

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