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Plot.wp enables the [plotly] shortcode, allowing easy inclusion of JSON-based plots using the plotly API. Just add valid plotly JSON between the [plotly] and [/plotly] shortcodes, and revel as an interactive plot appears in your post.


  • A plot created with the [plotly]...[/plotly] shortcode.


Upload the Plot.wp plugin to your blog, Activate it, then use the [plotly]...[/plotly] shortcode to start plotting!


How do I add a plot to my post/page?

Plots are added using the [plotly]...[/plotly] shortcode. In between the shortcode must be a valid JSON object that will be passed to Plotly.plot('myDiv', ...).

[plotly] {   "data": [{     "x": [1, 2, 3, 4],     "y": [27, 28, 29, 50],     "mode": "lines+markers",     "type": "scatter"   }],   "layout": {     "margin": {       "t": 40, "r": 40, "b": 40, "l":40     }   } } [/plotly] 

For more information about the plotly.js API, see the online documentation.


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Change log


Release Date – 10 November 2016

  • First release of the Plot.wp plugin.