Plotly is an online-based data visualization tool that helps users design and share graphs, charts, and dashboards. Plotly offers a range of features that allows users to import data, design charts, customize dashboards, and track charts.
Chart Studio Enterprise (Cloud)
Chart Studio Enterprise + Dash Deployment Server (Cloud)
Chart Studio Enterprise (On-premise)
Chart Studio Enterprise + Dash Deployment Server (On-premise)
Pros: Variety of customizable charts available. Easy to use data visualization tools.
Cons: Documentation needs improvement. The UI is not very user-friendly.
Bottomline: Solid choice. Offers easy to use tools with a range of customizable charts. However, the UI needs improvement.
Plotly Key Information:
What is Plotly's price range?
Depending on the package you choose, Plotly plans can range from $99.00 to $24,960.00. If you want a custom plan, you can contact Plotly to get a quote.
Is there a Plotly free trial?
No, Plotly does not offer a free trial.
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Where can I find the Plotly login?
Go to plot.ly and click "Log In" in the top right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly at https://plot.ly/Auth/login/#/.
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Reviews of Plotly:
I like plotly and its integration with R's ggplot, but I find that I cannot use the keyboard to interact with plotly charts or the button bar at the top of the charts. This is a concern when making websites more accessible to people with disabilities.
I would recommend plotly, since at least their underlying library is free.
I like plotly, it has a syntax that takes advantage of the magrittr package and it is easily linked to basic dplyr-functions. It does have a tidyverse-feel to it. However, it is obvious that plotly is not built for Shiny and therefore can be a little bit laborious. Furthermore I am not fully satisifed in how plotly-plots behave in Shiny apps.
I've never much liked plotly - always seemed closed, cumbersome, and more process/api oriented
I found plotly, it seemed to be a cool concept with a simple api, and since I don't mind my data being public their free account appeared to suit me just fine. So I started hacking away on a script that uses their API. But as soon as my data visulaization script was working, plotly managed to piss me off by showing a floater that told me that my allotted usage for today was over and that I need to fork over $19 or wait a day. They could have told me that earlier, maybe in their feature matrix. But they didn't. Well, their sneaky ways made me decide that their product isn't for me.
I love plotly! i often use it in place of ggplot2 especially when seeing values is important. i have a personal finance app that i built in shiny and initially used ggplot2, but switched to plotly eventually.
I use plotly to make SVG outcomes which then help show people things moving to pptx. The nice thing about the plotly svg is how well its written: it works perfectly as the icon form or the real view. (its also significantly nicer than the analogous design elements inside powerpoint, but I can't take people direct to SVG elements on projected things at meetings just yet)brilliant, simple to use s/w. thank you."