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3D Subplots in JavaScript

How to make 3D Subplots in javascript.


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function getrandom(num , mul) {
    var value = [ ];
    for ( i=0; i <= num; i++ ) {
        var rand = Math.random() * mul;
        value.push(rand);
    }
    return value;
}

var trace1 =  {
     opacity: 0.5,
     color: 'rgba(255,127,80,0.7)',
     type: 'mesh3d',
     x: getrandom(50 , -75),
     y: getrandom(50 , 75),
     z: getrandom(50 , 75),
     scene: "scene1"
    };

var trace2 =  {
     opacity: 0.5,
     color: 'pink',
     type: 'mesh3d',
     x: getrandom(50 , -75),
     y: getrandom(50 , 75),
     z: getrandom(50 , 75),
     scene: "scene2"
    };

var trace3 = {
     opacity:0.4,
     color:'rgb(033,255,100)',
     type: 'mesh3d',
     x: getrandom(50 , -75),
     y: getrandom(50 , -75),
     z: getrandom(50 , -75),
     scene: "scene3",
    };

var trace4 = {
     opacity: 0.5,
     color:'rgb(200,100,200)',
     type: 'mesh3d',
     x: getrandom(50 , -75),
     y: getrandom(50 , 75),
     z: getrandom(50 , 75),
     scene: "scene4"
    };
    
var trace5 =  {
    opacity: 0.5,
    color:'rgb(00,150,200)',
    type: 'mesh3d',
    x: getrandom(50 , 100),
    y: getrandom(50 , 100),
    z: getrandom(50 , 100),
    scene: "scene5",
    }

var layout = {
    scene1: {
        domain: {
            x: [0.0,  0.5],
            y: [0.5, 1.0]
        },},
    scene2: {
        domain: {
            x: [0.5, 1],
            y: [0.5, 1.0]
        }},
     scene3: {
        domain: {
            x: [0.0,  0.33],
            y: [0, 0.5]
        },},
    scene4: {
        domain: {
            x: [0.33, 0.66],
            y: [0, 0.5]
        }},
    scene5: {
        domain: {
            x: [0.66, 0.99],
            y: [0, 0.5]
        },},
  height: 600,
   margin: {
    l: 0,
    r: 0,
    b: 0,
    t: 0,
    pad: 0
  },
}    
     
Plotly.newPlot('myDiv', [trace1,trace2,trace3,trace4,trace5], layout);