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We are feeding data from Alteryx into the Python tool for modeling and evaluation.
There are several libraries that generate fantastic plots/graphics that we would like to output to an anchor and utilize later in the workflow.
We need help understanding how to get charts / plots that are generated within the Python notebook to output back into the workflow.
If that is not possible then is there a workaround where we can save plots / graphics to disk and then reimport them later in the workflow?
Thanks in advance for any help!
Hey @WSDATA, currently I believe you can only output data frames from the Python output. The two options I can see are:
One save the charts as PNG or some other format depending on what libraries your using to make the plots.
Or two convert the plots to a HTML format and output them in a data frame to the Alteryx workflow for later use.
Take a look at this post, it may be helpful for what you are trying to do!
If you found this solved your issue, please mark this as a solution.
Thank you both for the feedback! Ended up using a mix of images and HTML exported from Python to local folder.