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Create an Offline Interactive Report By Using Plotly

Fig1 Offline Interactive Report

Why using Plotly to draw a graph?

The advantages of offline interactive reports

Fig2 Download
Fig3 Zoom Graph
Fig4 Hidden Line

Simple tutorial for creating an interactive report

weblog dataset: 2000 rows × 4 columns
weblog dataset: 2000 rows × 4 columns / keyword(search term): 520 rows × 1 columns
Fig5 Number of Actions
Fig6 Interactive Table

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