Python / Dash : Multiple graphs inside a single subplot of the the figure

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Dash is the best way to build analytical apps in Python using Plotly figures, To run the app below, run pip install dash, click "Download" to get the code and run python app

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_single.js/ from plotly.subplots import ma. . .
from plotly.subplots
import make_subplots
import plotly.graph_objects as go

fig = make_subplots(rows = 1, cols = 2)

fig.add_trace(
   go.Scatter(x = [1, 2, 3], y = [4, 5, 6]),
   row = 1, col = 1
)

fig.add_trace(
   go.Scatter(x = [20, 30, 40], y = [50, 60, 70]),
   row = 1, col = 2
)

fig.update_layout(height = 600, width = 800, title_text = "Side By Side Subplots")
fig.show()
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The dcc,Graph component can be used to render any plotly-powered data visualization, passed as the figure argument

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_single.js/ import dash_core_components a. . .
import dash_core_components as dcc
import plotly.express as px

df = px.data.iris() # iris is a pandas DataFrame
fig = px.scatter(df, x = "sepal_width", y = "sepal_length")

dcc.Graph(figure = fig)
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On top of the graph, I’m going to put one more division and add a header and a paragraph inside it, We have two major components, html

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_single.js/ pip install plotly==2.5.1pip i. . .
pip install plotly == 2.5 .1 pip install dash == 0.21 .0 pip install dash - core - components == 0.22 .1 pip install dash - html - components == 0.10 .0 pip install dash - renderer == 0.12 .1
Step 2 continued with # Step 1. Launch the applicati. . .
# Step 1. Launch the applicationapp = dash.Dash() # Step 2. Import the datasetdf = pd.read_csv('finance-charts-apple.csv')
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I need to have multiple line plots inside one of the subplots of the figure in Dash plots,,Any way to achieve multiple line plots inside one of the subplots in Dash module

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_single.js/ fig = tls.make_subplots(rows=2. . .
fig = tls.make_subplots(rows = 2, cols = 1, shared_xaxes = True, vertical_spacing = 0.009, horizontal_spacing = 0.009)
fig['layout']['margin'] = {
   'l': 30,
   'r': 10,
   'b': 50,
   't': 25
}

fig.append_trace({
   'x': df.Time,
   'y': df.Close,
   'type': 'scatter',
   'name': 'Price'
}, 1, 1)
fig.append_trace({
   'x': df.Time,
   'y': df.MMA30,
   'type': 'scatter',
   'name': 'MMA30'
}, 1, 1)
fig.append_trace({
   'x': df.Time,
   'y': df.Volume,
   'type': 'bar',
   'name': 'Volume'
}, 2, 1)
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Iterate over the stocks currently selected in our dropdown menu, draw a trace, and append that trace to our list from step 1,,Within the for-loop, a trace for a plotly figure will be drawn with the function go

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_multiple.js/ dashapp |--assets . . .
dashapp
   |
   --assets |
   --style.css |
   --data |
   --stockdata2.csv |
   --app.py
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Let’s initialize two deques for X and Y components of the graph, Append single data to it, this will be our first points on the graph

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_multiple.js/ pip install dash pip install p. . .
pip install dash
pip install plotly
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