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Using dash library in Seeq Data Lab

Ayub Lakhani

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Is it possible to implement a Plotly's Dash Dashboard on Seeq Data Lab ?

When I try to implement a trivial example code 

import dash
app = dash.Dash(__name__)
app.layout = dash.html.Div([
    dash.html.H1("Hello World!")
if __name__ == "__main__":

and run the code. I can't access the development url that it provides, I get the following error. When ran on my local computer, it works fine. I was wondering if Seeq Server is blocking the use of this? It would be nice to be able to implement a Dash's dashboard instead of using ipywidgets or ipyvuetify. Thank you!


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It looks like dash or jupyter-dash is creating/hosting a web server to view the data from. It will be difficult to implement this on a Datalab server because of all the network and containerization complexities you would need to navigate.

As long as you have a Datalab license you can authenticate and use spy (Seeq Python) from any IDE. Since the spy library can be imported into any IDE, I suggest running this locally or creating a server to host it so others can access your work.


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