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Can the HTML behind a SQL visualisations be accessed?

bs_77
New Contributor II

We are using MLFlow to manage the usage of some self service notebooks. This involves logging parameters, tables and figures.

Figures are logged using:

mlflow.log_figure(
  figure=fig,
  artifact_file="visual/fig.html"
)

Usually the fig object is generated using seaborn, plotly or matplotlib. With the addition of the redash chart editor to notebooks we can use the inbuilt visualisation tool more.

Is there a way to access the HTML so the an image created using the in-built editor can be logged?

Cheers

1 REPLY 1

Anonymous
Not applicable

There is no way to access the html used. You can download the images. The editor uses redash, so you can try looking at that library for more information.

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