plotly.graph_objects.Figure

Figure([data, layout, frames, skip_invalid])

Figure.show(*args, **kwargs)

Show a figure using either the default renderer(s) or the renderer(s) specified by the renderer argument

Figure.add_traces(data[, rows, cols, …])

Add traces to the figure

Figure.update_traces([patch, selector, row, …])

Perform a property update operation on all traces that satisfy the specified selection criteria

Figure.update_layout([dict1, overwrite])

Update the properties of the figure’s layout with a dict and/or with keyword arguments.

class plotly.graph_objects.Figure(data=None, layout=None, frames=None, skip_invalid=False, **kwargs)
__init__(data=None, layout=None, frames=None, skip_invalid=False, **kwargs)

Create a new :class:Figure instance

Parameters
  • data

    The ‘data’ property is a tuple of trace instances that may be specified as:

    • A list or tuple of trace instances (e.g. [Scatter(…), Bar(…)])

    • A single trace instance (e.g. Scatter(…), Bar(…), etc.)

    • A list or tuple of dicts of string/value properties where: - The ‘type’ property specifies the trace type

      One of: [‘bar’, ‘barpolar’, ‘box’, ‘candlestick’,

      ’carpet’, ‘choropleth’, ‘choroplethmapbox’, ‘cone’, ‘contour’, ‘contourcarpet’, ‘densitymapbox’, ‘funnel’, ‘funnelarea’, ‘heatmap’, ‘heatmapgl’, ‘histogram’, ‘histogram2d’, ‘histogram2dcontour’, ‘icicle’, ‘image’, ‘indicator’, ‘isosurface’, ‘mesh3d’, ‘ohlc’, ‘parcats’, ‘parcoords’, ‘pie’, ‘pointcloud’, ‘sankey’, ‘scatter’, ‘scatter3d’, ‘scattercarpet’, ‘scattergeo’, ‘scattergl’, ‘scattermapbox’, ‘scatterpolar’, ‘scatterpolargl’, ‘scatterternary’, ‘splom’, ‘streamtube’, ‘sunburst’, ‘surface’, ‘table’, ‘treemap’, ‘violin’, ‘volume’, ‘waterfall’]

      • All remaining properties are passed to the constructor of the specified trace type

      (e.g. [{‘type’: ‘scatter’, …}, {‘type’: ‘bar, …}])

  • layout

    The ‘layout’ property is an instance of Layout that may be specified as:

    • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.Layout

    • A dict of string/value properties that will be passed to the Layout constructor

      Supported dict properties:

      activeshape

      :class:`plotly.graph_objects.layout.Activeshape ` instance or dict with compatible properties

      annotations

      A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout.Annotation instances or dicts with compatible properties

      annotationdefaults

      When used in a template (as layout.template.layout.annotationdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.annotations

      autosize

      Determines whether or not a layout width or height that has been left undefined by the user is initialized on each relayout. Note that, regardless of this attribute, an undefined layout width or height is always initialized on the first call to plot.

      autotypenumbers

      Using “strict” a numeric string in trace data is not converted to a number. Using convert types a numeric string in trace data may be treated as a number during automatic axis type detection. This is the default value; however it could be overridden for individual axes.

      bargap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of adjacent location coordinates.

      bargroupgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of the same location coordinate.

      barmode

      Determines how bars at the same location coordinate are displayed on the graph. With “stack”, the bars are stacked on top of one another With “relative”, the bars are stacked on top of one another, with negative values below the axis, positive values above With “group”, the bars are plotted next to one another centered around the shared location. With “overlay”, the bars are plotted over one another, you might need to an “opacity” to see multiple bars.

      barnorm

      Sets the normalization for bar traces on the graph. With “fraction”, the value of each bar is divided by the sum of all values at that location coordinate. “percent” is the same but multiplied by 100 to show percentages.

      boxgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between boxes of adjacent location coordinates. Has no effect on traces that have “width” set.

      boxgroupgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between boxes of the same location coordinate. Has no effect on traces that have “width” set.

      boxmode

      Determines how boxes at the same location coordinate are displayed on the graph. If “group”, the boxes are plotted next to one another centered around the shared location. If “overlay”, the boxes are plotted over one another, you might need to set “opacity” to see them multiple boxes. Has no effect on traces that have “width” set.

      calendar

      Sets the default calendar system to use for interpreting and displaying dates throughout the plot.

      clickmode

      Determines the mode of single click interactions. “event” is the default value and emits the plotly_click event. In addition this mode emits the plotly_selected event in drag modes “lasso” and “select”, but with no event data attached (kept for compatibility reasons). The “select” flag enables selecting single data points via click. This mode also supports persistent selections, meaning that pressing Shift while clicking, adds to / subtracts from an existing selection. “select” with hovermode: “x” can be confusing, consider explicitly setting hovermode: “closest” when using this feature. Selection events are sent accordingly as long as “event” flag is set as well. When the “event” flag is missing, plotly_click and plotly_selected events are not fired.

      coloraxis

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Coloraxis instance or dict with compatible properties

      colorscale

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Colorscale instance or dict with compatible properties

      colorway

      Sets the default trace colors.

      computed

      Placeholder for exporting automargin-impacting values namely margin.t, margin.b, margin.l and margin.r in “full-json” mode.

      datarevision

      If provided, a changed value tells Plotly.react that one or more data arrays has changed. This way you can modify arrays in- place rather than making a complete new copy for an incremental change. If NOT provided, Plotly.react assumes that data arrays are being treated as immutable, thus any data array with a different identity from its predecessor contains new data.

      dragmode

      Determines the mode of drag interactions. “select” and “lasso” apply only to scatter traces with markers or text. “orbit” and “turntable” apply only to 3D scenes.

      editrevision

      Controls persistence of user-driven changes in editable: true configuration, other than trace names and axis titles. Defaults to layout.uirevision.

      extendfunnelareacolors

      If true, the funnelarea slice colors (whether given by funnelareacolorway or inherited from colorway) will be extended to three times its original length by first repeating every color 20% lighter then each color 20% darker. This is intended to reduce the likelihood of reusing the same color when you have many slices, but you can set false to disable. Colors provided in the trace, using marker.colors, are never extended.

      extendiciclecolors

      If true, the icicle slice colors (whether given by iciclecolorway or inherited from colorway) will be extended to three times its original length by first repeating every color 20% lighter then each color 20% darker. This is intended to reduce the likelihood of reusing the same color when you have many slices, but you can set false to disable. Colors provided in the trace, using marker.colors, are never extended.

      extendpiecolors

      If true, the pie slice colors (whether given by piecolorway or inherited from colorway) will be extended to three times its original length by first repeating every color 20% lighter then each color 20% darker. This is intended to reduce the likelihood of reusing the same color when you have many slices, but you can set false to disable. Colors provided in the trace, using marker.colors, are never extended.

      extendsunburstcolors

      If true, the sunburst slice colors (whether given by sunburstcolorway or inherited from colorway) will be extended to three times its original length by first repeating every color 20% lighter then each color 20% darker. This is intended to reduce the likelihood of reusing the same color when you have many slices, but you can set false to disable. Colors provided in the trace, using marker.colors, are never extended.

      extendtreemapcolors

      If true, the treemap slice colors (whether given by treemapcolorway or inherited from colorway) will be extended to three times its original length by first repeating every color 20% lighter then each color 20% darker. This is intended to reduce the likelihood of reusing the same color when you have many slices, but you can set false to disable. Colors provided in the trace, using marker.colors, are never extended.

      font

      Sets the global font. Note that fonts used in traces and other layout components inherit from the global font.

      funnelareacolorway

      Sets the default funnelarea slice colors. Defaults to the main colorway used for trace colors. If you specify a new list here it can still be extended with lighter and darker colors, see extendfunnelareacolors.

      funnelgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of adjacent location coordinates.

      funnelgroupgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of the same location coordinate.

      funnelmode

      Determines how bars at the same location coordinate are displayed on the graph. With “stack”, the bars are stacked on top of one another With “group”, the bars are plotted next to one another centered around the shared location. With “overlay”, the bars are plotted over one another, you might need to an “opacity” to see multiple bars.

      geo

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Geo instance or dict with compatible properties

      grid

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Grid instance or dict with compatible properties

      height

      Sets the plot’s height (in px).

      hiddenlabels

      hiddenlabels is the funnelarea & pie chart analog of visible:’legendonly’ but it can contain many labels, and can simultaneously hide slices from several pies/funnelarea charts

      hiddenlabelssrc

      Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hiddenlabels .

      hidesources

      Determines whether or not a text link citing the data source is placed at the bottom-right cored of the figure. Has only an effect only on graphs that have been generated via forked graphs from the Chart Studio Cloud (at https://chart-studio.plotly.com or on-premise).

      hoverdistance

      Sets the default distance (in pixels) to look for data to add hover labels (-1 means no cutoff, 0 means no looking for data). This is only a real distance for hovering on point-like objects, like scatter points. For area-like objects (bars, scatter fills, etc) hovering is on inside the area and off outside, but these objects will not supersede hover on point-like objects in case of conflict.

      hoverlabel

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

      hovermode

      Determines the mode of hover interactions. If “closest”, a single hoverlabel will appear for the “closest” point within the hoverdistance. If “x” (or “y”), multiple hoverlabels will appear for multiple points at the “closest” x- (or y-) coordinate within the hoverdistance, with the caveat that no more than one hoverlabel will appear per trace. If x unified (or y unified), a single hoverlabel will appear multiple points at the closest x- (or y-) coordinate within the hoverdistance with the caveat that no more than one hoverlabel will appear per trace. In this mode, spikelines are enabled by default perpendicular to the specified axis. If false, hover interactions are disabled.

      iciclecolorway

      Sets the default icicle slice colors. Defaults to the main colorway used for trace colors. If you specify a new list here it can still be extended with lighter and darker colors, see extendiciclecolors.

      images

      A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout.Image instances or dicts with compatible properties

      imagedefaults

      When used in a template (as layout.template.layout.imagedefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.images

      legend

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Legend instance or dict with compatible properties

      mapbox

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Mapbox instance or dict with compatible properties

      margin

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Margin instance or dict with compatible properties

      meta

      Assigns extra meta information that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as the graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text trace.name in legend items, rangeselector, updatemenus and sliders label text all support meta. One can access meta fields using template strings: %{meta[i]} where i is the index of the meta item in question. meta can also be an object for example {key: value} which can be accessed %{meta[key]}.

      metasrc

      Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

      modebar

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Modebar instance or dict with compatible properties

      newshape

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Newshape instance or dict with compatible properties

      paper_bgcolor

      Sets the background color of the paper where the graph is drawn.

      piecolorway

      Sets the default pie slice colors. Defaults to the main colorway used for trace colors. If you specify a new list here it can still be extended with lighter and darker colors, see extendpiecolors.

      plot_bgcolor

      Sets the background color of the plotting area in-between x and y axes.

      polar

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Polar instance or dict with compatible properties

      scene

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Scene instance or dict with compatible properties

      selectdirection

      When dragmode is set to “select”, this limits the selection of the drag to horizontal, vertical or diagonal. “h” only allows horizontal selection, “v” only vertical, “d” only diagonal and “any” sets no limit.

      selectionrevision

      Controls persistence of user-driven changes in selected points from all traces.

      separators

      Sets the decimal and thousand separators. For example, *. * puts a ‘.’ before decimals and a space between thousands. In English locales, dflt is “.,” but other locales may alter this default.

      shapes

      A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout.Shape instances or dicts with compatible properties

      shapedefaults

      When used in a template (as layout.template.layout.shapedefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.shapes

      showlegend

      Determines whether or not a legend is drawn. Default is true if there is a trace to show and any of these: a) Two or more traces would by default be shown in the legend. b) One pie trace is shown in the legend. c) One trace is explicitly given with showlegend: true.

      sliders

      A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout.Slider instances or dicts with compatible properties

      sliderdefaults

      When used in a template (as layout.template.layout.sliderdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.sliders

      spikedistance

      Sets the default distance (in pixels) to look for data to draw spikelines to (-1 means no cutoff, 0 means no looking for data). As with hoverdistance, distance does not apply to area- like objects. In addition, some objects can be hovered on but will not generate spikelines, such as scatter fills.

      sunburstcolorway

      Sets the default sunburst slice colors. Defaults to the main colorway used for trace colors. If you specify a new list here it can still be extended with lighter and darker colors, see extendsunburstcolors.

      template

      Default attributes to be applied to the plot. This should be a dict with format: {'layout': layoutTemplate, 'data': {trace_type: [traceTemplate, ...], ...}} where layoutTemplate is a dict matching the structure of figure.layout and traceTemplate is a dict matching the structure of the trace with type trace_type (e.g. ‘scatter’). Alternatively, this may be specified as an instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.Template. Trace templates are applied cyclically to traces of each type. Container arrays (eg annotations) have special handling: An object ending in defaults (eg annotationdefaults) is applied to each array item. But if an item has a templateitemname key we look in the template array for an item with matching name and apply that instead. If no matching name is found we mark the item invisible. Any named template item not referenced is appended to the end of the array, so this can be used to add a watermark annotation or a logo image, for example. To omit one of these items on the plot, make an item with matching templateitemname and visible: false.

      ternary

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Ternary instance or dict with compatible properties

      title

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

      titlefont

      Deprecated: Please use layout.title.font instead. Sets the title font. Note that the title’s font used to be customized by the now deprecated titlefont attribute.

      transition

      Sets transition options used during Plotly.react updates.

      treemapcolorway

      Sets the default treemap slice colors. Defaults to the main colorway used for trace colors. If you specify a new list here it can still be extended with lighter and darker colors, see extendtreemapcolors.

      uirevision

      Used to allow user interactions with the plot to persist after Plotly.react calls that are unaware of these interactions. If uirevision is omitted, or if it is given and it changed from the previous Plotly.react call, the exact new figure is used. If uirevision is truthy and did NOT change, any attribute that has been affected by user interactions and did not receive a different value in the new figure will keep the interaction value. layout.uirevision attribute serves as the default for uirevision attributes in various sub-containers. For finer control you can set these sub-attributes directly. For example, if your app separately controls the data on the x and y axes you might set xaxis.uirevision=*time* and yaxis.uirevision=*cost*. Then if only the y data is changed, you can update yaxis.uirevision=*quantity* and the y axis range will reset but the x axis range will retain any user-driven zoom.

      uniformtext

      :class:`plotly.graph_objects.layout.Uniformtext ` instance or dict with compatible properties

      updatemenus

      A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout.Updatemenu instances or dicts with compatible properties

      updatemenudefaults

      When used in a template (as layout.template.layout.updatemenudefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.updatemenus

      violingap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between violins of adjacent location coordinates. Has no effect on traces that have “width” set.

      violingroupgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between violins of the same location coordinate. Has no effect on traces that have “width” set.

      violinmode

      Determines how violins at the same location coordinate are displayed on the graph. If “group”, the violins are plotted next to one another centered around the shared location. If “overlay”, the violins are plotted over one another, you might need to set “opacity” to see them multiple violins. Has no effect on traces that have “width” set.

      waterfallgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of adjacent location coordinates.

      waterfallgroupgap

      Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of the same location coordinate.

      waterfallmode

      Determines how bars at the same location coordinate are displayed on the graph. With “group”, the bars are plotted next to one another centered around the shared location. With “overlay”, the bars are plotted over one another, you might need to an “opacity” to see multiple bars.

      width

      Sets the plot’s width (in px).

      xaxis

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.XAxis instance or dict with compatible properties

      yaxis

      plotly.graph_objects.layout.YAxis instance or dict with compatible properties

  • frames

    The ‘frames’ property is a tuple of instances of Frame that may be specified as:

    • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.Frame

    • A list or tuple of dicts of string/value properties that will be passed to the Frame constructor

      Supported dict properties:

      baseframe

      The name of the frame into which this frame’s properties are merged before applying. This is used to unify properties and avoid needing to specify the same values for the same properties in multiple frames.

      data

      A list of traces this frame modifies. The format is identical to the normal trace definition.

      group

      An identifier that specifies the group to which the frame belongs, used by animate to select a subset of frames.

      layout

      Layout properties which this frame modifies. The format is identical to the normal layout definition.

      name

      A label by which to identify the frame

      traces

      A list of trace indices that identify the respective traces in the data attribute

  • skip_invalid (bool) – If True, invalid properties in the figure specification will be skipped silently. If False (default) invalid properties in the figure specification will result in a ValueError

Raises

ValueError – if a property in the specification of data, layout, or frames is invalid AND skip_invalid is False

class plotly.graph_objects.Figure(data=None, layout=None, frames=None, skip_invalid=False, **kwargs)
add_annotation(arg=None, align=None, arrowcolor=None, arrowhead=None, arrowside=None, arrowsize=None, arrowwidth=None, ax=None, axref=None, ay=None, ayref=None, bgcolor=None, bordercolor=None, borderpad=None, borderwidth=None, captureevents=None, clicktoshow=None, font=None, height=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertext=None, name=None, opacity=None, showarrow=None, standoff=None, startarrowhead=None, startarrowsize=None, startstandoff=None, templateitemname=None, text=None, textangle=None, valign=None, visible=None, width=None, x=None, xanchor=None, xclick=None, xref=None, xshift=None, y=None, yanchor=None, yclick=None, yref=None, yshift=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, exclude_empty_subplots=None, **kwargs)

Create and add a new annotation to the figure’s layout

Parameters
  • arg – instance of Annotation or dict with compatible properties

  • align – Sets the horizontal alignment of the text within the box. Has an effect only if text spans two or more lines (i.e. text contains one or more <br> HTML tags) or if an explicit width is set to override the text width.

  • arrowcolor – Sets the color of the annotation arrow.

  • arrowhead – Sets the end annotation arrow head style.

  • arrowside – Sets the annotation arrow head position.

  • arrowsize – Sets the size of the end annotation arrow head, relative to arrowwidth. A value of 1 (default) gives a head about 3x as wide as the line.

  • arrowwidth – Sets the width (in px) of annotation arrow line.

  • ax – Sets the x component of the arrow tail about the arrow head. If axref is pixel, a positive (negative) component corresponds to an arrow pointing from right to left (left to right). If axref is not pixel and is exactly the same as xref, this is an absolute value on that axis, like x, specified in the same coordinates as xref.

  • axref – Indicates in what coordinates the tail of the annotation (ax,ay) is specified. If set to a ax axis id (e.g. “ax” or “ax2”), the ax position refers to a ax coordinate. If set to “paper”, the ax position refers to the distance from the left of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right). If set to a ax axis ID followed by “domain” (separated by a space), the position behaves like for “paper”, but refers to the distance in fractions of the domain length from the left of the domain of that axis: e.g., ax2 domain refers to the domain of the second ax axis and a ax position of 0.5 refers to the point between the left and the right of the domain of the second ax axis. In order for absolute positioning of the arrow to work, “axref” must be exactly the same as “xref”, otherwise “axref” will revert to “pixel” (explained next). For relative positioning, “axref” can be set to “pixel”, in which case the “ax” value is specified in pixels relative to “x”. Absolute positioning is useful for trendline annotations which should continue to indicate the correct trend when zoomed. Relative positioning is useful for specifying the text offset for an annotated point.

  • ay – Sets the y component of the arrow tail about the arrow head. If ayref is pixel, a positive (negative) component corresponds to an arrow pointing from bottom to top (top to bottom). If ayref is not pixel and is exactly the same as yref, this is an absolute value on that axis, like y, specified in the same coordinates as yref.

  • ayref – Indicates in what coordinates the tail of the annotation (ax,ay) is specified. If set to a ay axis id (e.g. “ay” or “ay2”), the ay position refers to a ay coordinate. If set to “paper”, the ay position refers to the distance from the bottom of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the bottom (top). If set to a ay axis ID followed by “domain” (separated by a space), the position behaves like for “paper”, but refers to the distance in fractions of the domain length from the bottom of the domain of that axis: e.g., ay2 domain refers to the domain of the second ay axis and a ay position of 0.5 refers to the point between the bottom and the top of the domain of the second ay axis. In order for absolute positioning of the arrow to work, “ayref” must be exactly the same as “yref”, otherwise “ayref” will revert to “pixel” (explained next). For relative positioning, “ayref” can be set to “pixel”, in which case the “ay” value is specified in pixels relative to “y”. Absolute positioning is useful for trendline annotations which should continue to indicate the correct trend when zoomed. Relative positioning is useful for specifying the text offset for an annotated point.

  • bgcolor – Sets the background color of the annotation.

  • bordercolor – Sets the color of the border enclosing the annotation text.

  • borderpad – Sets the padding (in px) between the text and the enclosing border.

  • borderwidth – Sets the width (in px) of the border enclosing the annotation text.

  • captureevents – Determines whether the annotation text box captures mouse move and click events, or allows those events to pass through to data points in the plot that may be behind the annotation. By default captureevents is False unless hovertext is provided. If you use the event plotly_clickannotation without hovertext you must explicitly enable captureevents.

  • clicktoshow – Makes this annotation respond to clicks on the plot. If you click a data point that exactly matches the x and y values of this annotation, and it is hidden (visible: false), it will appear. In “onoff” mode, you must click the same point again to make it disappear, so if you click multiple points, you can show multiple annotations. In “onout” mode, a click anywhere else in the plot (on another data point or not) will hide this annotation. If you need to show/hide this annotation in response to different x or y values, you can set xclick and/or yclick. This is useful for example to label the side of a bar. To label markers though, standoff is preferred over xclick and yclick.

  • font – Sets the annotation text font.

  • height – Sets an explicit height for the text box. null (default) lets the text set the box height. Taller text will be clipped.

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Hoverlab el instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertext – Sets text to appear when hovering over this annotation. If omitted or blank, no hover label will appear.

  • name – When used in a template, named items are created in the output figure in addition to any items the figure already has in this array. You can modify these items in the output figure by making your own item with templateitemname matching this name alongside your modifications (including visible: false or enabled: false to hide it). Has no effect outside of a template.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the annotation (text + arrow).

  • showarrow – Determines whether or not the annotation is drawn with an arrow. If True, text is placed near the arrow’s tail. If False, text lines up with the x and y provided.

  • standoff – Sets a distance, in pixels, to move the end arrowhead away from the position it is pointing at, for example to point at the edge of a marker independent of zoom. Note that this shortens the arrow from the ax / ay vector, in contrast to xshift / yshift which moves everything by this amount.

  • startarrowhead – Sets the start annotation arrow head style.

  • startarrowsize – Sets the size of the start annotation arrow head, relative to arrowwidth. A value of 1 (default) gives a head about 3x as wide as the line.

  • startstandoff – Sets a distance, in pixels, to move the start arrowhead away from the position it is pointing at, for example to point at the edge of a marker independent of zoom. Note that this shortens the arrow from the ax / ay vector, in contrast to xshift / yshift which moves everything by this amount.

  • templateitemname – Used to refer to a named item in this array in the template. Named items from the template will be created even without a matching item in the input figure, but you can modify one by making an item with templateitemname matching its name, alongside your modifications (including visible: false or enabled: false to hide it). If there is no template or no matching item, this item will be hidden unless you explicitly show it with visible: true.

  • text – Sets the text associated with this annotation. Plotly uses a subset of HTML tags to do things like newline (<br>), bold (<b></b>), italics (<i></i>), hyperlinks (<a href=’…’></a>). Tags <em>, <sup>, <sub> <span> are also supported.

  • textangle – Sets the angle at which the text is drawn with respect to the horizontal.

  • valign – Sets the vertical alignment of the text within the box. Has an effect only if an explicit height is set to override the text height.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this annotation is visible.

  • width – Sets an explicit width for the text box. null (default) lets the text set the box width. Wider text will be clipped. There is no automatic wrapping; use <br> to start a new line.

  • x – Sets the annotation’s x position. If the axis type is “log”, then you must take the log of your desired range. If the axis type is “date”, it should be date strings, like date data, though Date objects and unix milliseconds will be accepted and converted to strings. If the axis type is “category”, it should be numbers, using the scale where each category is assigned a serial number from zero in the order it appears.

  • xanchor – Sets the text box’s horizontal position anchor This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the annotation. For example, if x is set to 1, xref to “paper” and xanchor to “right” then the right-most portion of the annotation lines up with the right-most edge of the plotting area. If “auto”, the anchor is equivalent to “center” for data- referenced annotations or if there is an arrow, whereas for paper-referenced with no arrow, the anchor picked corresponds to the closest side.

  • xclick – Toggle this annotation when clicking a data point whose x value is xclick rather than the annotation’s x value.

  • xref – Sets the annotation’s x coordinate axis. If set to a x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), the x position refers to a x coordinate. If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right). If set to a x axis ID followed by “domain” (separated by a space), the position behaves like for “paper”, but refers to the distance in fractions of the domain length from the left of the domain of that axis: e.g., x2 domain refers to the domain of the second x axis and a x position of 0.5 refers to the point between the left and the right of the domain of the second x axis.

  • xshift – Shifts the position of the whole annotation and arrow to the right (positive) or left (negative) by this many pixels.

  • y – Sets the annotation’s y position. If the axis type is “log”, then you must take the log of your desired range. If the axis type is “date”, it should be date strings, like date data, though Date objects and unix milliseconds will be accepted and converted to strings. If the axis type is “category”, it should be numbers, using the scale where each category is assigned a serial number from zero in the order it appears.

  • yanchor – Sets the text box’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the annotation. For example, if y is set to 1, yref to “paper” and yanchor to “top” then the top-most portion of the annotation lines up with the top-most edge of the plotting area. If “auto”, the anchor is equivalent to “middle” for data-referenced annotations or if there is an arrow, whereas for paper- referenced with no arrow, the anchor picked corresponds to the closest side.

  • yclick – Toggle this annotation when clicking a data point whose y value is yclick rather than the annotation’s y value.

  • yref – Sets the annotation’s y coordinate axis. If set to a y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), the y position refers to a y coordinate. If set to “paper”, the y position refers to the distance from the bottom of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the bottom (top). If set to a y axis ID followed by “domain” (separated by a space), the position behaves like for “paper”, but refers to the distance in fractions of the domain length from the bottom of the domain of that axis: e.g., y2 domain refers to the domain of the second y axis and a y position of 0.5 refers to the point between the bottom and the top of the domain of the second y axis.

  • yshift – Shifts the position of the whole annotation and arrow up (positive) or down (negative) by this many pixels.

  • row – Subplot row for annotation. If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col – Subplot column for annotation. If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y – Whether to add annotation to secondary y-axis

  • exclude_empty_subplots – If True, annotation will not be added to subplots without traces.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_bar(alignmentgroup=None, base=None, basesrc=None, cliponaxis=None, constraintext=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dx=None, dy=None, error_x=None, error_y=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, insidetextanchor=None, insidetextfont=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, offset=None, offsetgroup=None, offsetsrc=None, opacity=None, orientation=None, outsidetextfont=None, selected=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textangle=None, textfont=None, textposition=None, textpositionsrc=None, textsrc=None, texttemplate=None, texttemplatesrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, unselected=None, visible=None, width=None, widthsrc=None, x=None, x0=None, xaxis=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xperiod=None, xperiod0=None, xperiodalignment=None, xsrc=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, ycalendar=None, yhoverformat=None, yperiod=None, yperiod0=None, yperiodalignment=None, ysrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Bar trace

The data visualized by the span of the bars is set in y if orientation is set th “v” (the default) and the labels are set in x. By setting orientation to “h”, the roles are interchanged.

Parameters
  • alignmentgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same alignmentgroup. This controls whether bars compute their positional range dependently or independently.

  • base – Sets where the bar base is drawn (in position axis units). In “stack” or “relative” barmode, traces that set “base” will be excluded and drawn in “overlay” mode instead.

  • basesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for base .

  • cliponaxis – Determines whether the text nodes are clipped about the subplot axes. To show the text nodes above axis lines and tick labels, make sure to set xaxis.layer and yaxis.layer to below traces.

  • constraintext – Constrain the size of text inside or outside a bar to be no larger than the bar itself.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dx – Sets the x coordinate step. See x0 for more info.

  • dy – Sets the y coordinate step. See y0 for more info.

  • error_xplotly.graph_objects.bar.ErrorX instance or dict with compatible properties

  • error_yplotly.graph_objects.bar.ErrorY instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.bar.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables value and label. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Sets hover text elements associated with each (x,y) pair. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (x,y) coordinates. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • insidetextanchor – Determines if texts are kept at center or start/end points in textposition “inside” mode.

  • insidetextfont – Sets the font used for text lying inside the bar.

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.bar.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.bar.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • offset – Shifts the position where the bar is drawn (in position axis units). In “group” barmode, traces that set “offset” will be excluded and drawn in “overlay” mode instead.

  • offsetgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same offsetgroup where bars of the same position coordinate will line up.

  • offsetsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for offset .

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • orientation – Sets the orientation of the bars. With “v” (“h”), the value of the each bar spans along the vertical (horizontal).

  • outsidetextfont – Sets the font used for text lying outside the bar.

  • selectedplotly.graph_objects.bar.Selected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.bar.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets text elements associated with each (x,y) pair. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (x,y) coordinates. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textangle – Sets the angle of the tick labels with respect to the bar. For example, a tickangle of -90 draws the tick labels vertically. With “auto” the texts may automatically be rotated to fit with the maximum size in bars.

  • textfont – Sets the font used for text.

  • textposition – Specifies the location of the text. “inside” positions text inside, next to the bar end (rotated and scaled if needed). “outside” positions text outside, next to the bar end (scaled if needed), unless there is another bar stacked on this one, then the text gets pushed inside. “auto” tries to position text inside the bar, but if the bar is too small and no bar is stacked on this one the text is moved outside. If “none”, no text appears.

  • textpositionsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for textposition .

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • texttemplate – Template string used for rendering the information text that appear on points. Note that this will override textinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. Every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables value and label.

  • texttemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for texttemplate .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • unselectedplotly.graph_objects.bar.Unselected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • width – Sets the bar width (in position axis units).

  • widthsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for width .

  • x – Sets the x coordinates.

  • x0 – Alternate to x. Builds a linear space of x coordinates. Use with dx where x0 is the starting coordinate and dx the step.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the x axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • xperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the x0 axis. When x0period is round number of weeks, the x0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • xperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the x axis.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the y coordinates.

  • y0 – Alternate to y. Builds a linear space of y coordinates. Use with dy where y0 is the starting coordinate and dy the step.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • yperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the y axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • yperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the y0 axis. When y0period is round number of weeks, the y0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • yperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the y axis.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_barpolar(base=None, basesrc=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dr=None, dtheta=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, offset=None, offsetsrc=None, opacity=None, r=None, r0=None, rsrc=None, selected=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, subplot=None, text=None, textsrc=None, theta=None, theta0=None, thetasrc=None, thetaunit=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, unselected=None, visible=None, width=None, widthsrc=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Barpolar trace

The data visualized by the radial span of the bars is set in r

Parameters
  • base – Sets where the bar base is drawn (in radial axis units). In “stack” barmode, traces that set “base” will be excluded and drawn in “overlay” mode instead.

  • basesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for base .

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dr – Sets the r coordinate step.

  • dtheta – Sets the theta coordinate step. By default, the dtheta step equals the subplot’s period divided by the length of the r coordinates.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.barpolar.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.barpolar.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.barpolar.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • offset – Shifts the angular position where the bar is drawn (in “thetatunit” units).

  • offsetsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for offset .

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • r – Sets the radial coordinates

  • r0 – Alternate to r. Builds a linear space of r coordinates. Use with dr where r0 is the starting coordinate and dr the step.

  • rsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for r .

  • selectedplotly.graph_objects.barpolar.Selected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.barpolar.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • subplot – Sets a reference between this trace’s data coordinates and a polar subplot. If “polar” (the default value), the data refer to layout.polar. If “polar2”, the data refer to layout.polar2, and so on.

  • text – Sets hover text elements associated with each bar. If a single string, the same string appears over all bars. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s coordinates.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • theta – Sets the angular coordinates

  • theta0 – Alternate to theta. Builds a linear space of theta coordinates. Use with dtheta where theta0 is the starting coordinate and dtheta the step.

  • thetasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for theta .

  • thetaunit – Sets the unit of input “theta” values. Has an effect only when on “linear” angular axes.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • unselectedplotly.graph_objects.barpolar.Unselected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • width – Sets the bar angular width (in “thetaunit” units).

  • widthsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for width .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_box(alignmentgroup=None, boxmean=None, boxpoints=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dx=None, dy=None, fillcolor=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hoveron=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, jitter=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, line=None, lowerfence=None, lowerfencesrc=None, marker=None, mean=None, meansrc=None, median=None, mediansrc=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, notched=None, notchspan=None, notchspansrc=None, notchwidth=None, offsetgroup=None, opacity=None, orientation=None, pointpos=None, q1=None, q1src=None, q3=None, q3src=None, quartilemethod=None, sd=None, sdsrc=None, selected=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, unselected=None, upperfence=None, upperfencesrc=None, visible=None, whiskerwidth=None, width=None, x=None, x0=None, xaxis=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xperiod=None, xperiod0=None, xperiodalignment=None, xsrc=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, ycalendar=None, yhoverformat=None, yperiod=None, yperiod0=None, yperiodalignment=None, ysrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Box trace

Each box spans from quartile 1 (Q1) to quartile 3 (Q3). The second quartile (Q2, i.e. the median) is marked by a line inside the box. The fences grow outward from the boxes’ edges, by default they span +/- 1.5 times the interquartile range (IQR: Q3-Q1), The sample mean and standard deviation as well as notches and the sample, outlier and suspected outliers points can be optionally added to the box plot. The values and positions corresponding to each boxes can be input using two signatures. The first signature expects users to supply the sample values in the y data array for vertical boxes (x for horizontal boxes). By supplying an x (y) array, one box per distinct x (y) value is drawn If no x (y) list is provided, a single box is drawn. In this case, the box is positioned with the trace name or with x0 (y0) if provided. The second signature expects users to supply the boxes corresponding Q1, median and Q3 statistics in the q1, median and q3 data arrays respectively. Other box features relying on statistics namely lowerfence, upperfence, notchspan can be set directly by the users. To have plotly compute them or to show sample points besides the boxes, users can set the y data array for vertical boxes (x for horizontal boxes) to a 2D array with the outer length corresponding to the number of boxes in the traces and the inner length corresponding the sample size.

Parameters
  • alignmentgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same alignmentgroup. This controls whether bars compute their positional range dependently or independently.

  • boxmean – If True, the mean of the box(es)’ underlying distribution is drawn as a dashed line inside the box(es). If “sd” the standard deviation is also drawn. Defaults to True when mean is set. Defaults to “sd” when sd is set Otherwise defaults to False.

  • boxpoints – If “outliers”, only the sample points lying outside the whiskers are shown If “suspectedoutliers”, the outlier points are shown and points either less than 4*Q1-3*Q3 or greater than 4*Q3-3*Q1 are highlighted (see outliercolor) If “all”, all sample points are shown If False, only the box(es) are shown with no sample points Defaults to “suspectedoutliers” when marker.outliercolor or marker.line.outliercolor is set. Defaults to “all” under the q1/median/q3 signature. Otherwise defaults to “outliers”.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dx – Sets the x coordinate step for multi-box traces set using q1/median/q3.

  • dy – Sets the y coordinate step for multi-box traces set using q1/median/q3.

  • fillcolor – Sets the fill color. Defaults to a half-transparent variant of the line color, marker color, or marker line color, whichever is available.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.box.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoveron – Do the hover effects highlight individual boxes or sample points or both?

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • jitter – Sets the amount of jitter in the sample points drawn. If 0, the sample points align along the distribution axis. If 1, the sample points are drawn in a random jitter of width equal to the width of the box(es).

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.box.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.box.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • lowerfence – Sets the lower fence values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired. This attribute has effect only under the q1/median/q3 signature. If lowerfence is not provided but a sample (in y or x) is set, we compute the lower as the last sample point below 1.5 times the IQR.

  • lowerfencesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for lowerfence .

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.box.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • mean – Sets the mean values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired. This attribute has effect only under the q1/median/q3 signature. If mean is not provided but a sample (in y or x) is set, we compute the mean for each box using the sample values.

  • meansrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for mean .

  • median – Sets the median values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired.

  • mediansrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for median .

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover. For box traces, the name will also be used for the position coordinate, if x and x0 (y and y0 if horizontal) are missing and the position axis is categorical

  • notched – Determines whether or not notches are drawn. Notches displays a confidence interval around the median. We compute the confidence interval as median +/- 1.57 * IQR / sqrt(N), where IQR is the interquartile range and N is the sample size. If two boxes’ notches do not overlap there is 95% confidence their medians differ. See https://sites.google.com/site/davidsstatistics/home /notched-box-plots for more info. Defaults to False unless notchwidth or notchspan is set.

  • notchspan – Sets the notch span from the boxes’ median values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired. This attribute has effect only under the q1/median/q3 signature. If notchspan is not provided but a sample (in y or x) is set, we compute it as 1.57 * IQR / sqrt(N), where N is the sample size.

  • notchspansrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for notchspan .

  • notchwidth – Sets the width of the notches relative to the box’ width. For example, with 0, the notches are as wide as the box(es).

  • offsetgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same offsetgroup where bars of the same position coordinate will line up.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • orientation – Sets the orientation of the box(es). If “v” (“h”), the distribution is visualized along the vertical (horizontal).

  • pointpos – Sets the position of the sample points in relation to the box(es). If 0, the sample points are places over the center of the box(es). Positive (negative) values correspond to positions to the right (left) for vertical boxes and above (below) for horizontal boxes

  • q1 – Sets the Quartile 1 values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired.

  • q1src – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for q1 .

  • q3 – Sets the Quartile 3 values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired.

  • q3src – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for q3 .

  • quartilemethod – Sets the method used to compute the sample’s Q1 and Q3 quartiles. The “linear” method uses the 25th percentile for Q1 and 75th percentile for Q3 as computed using method #10 (listed on http://www.amstat.org/publication s/jse/v14n3/langford.html). The “exclusive” method uses the median to divide the ordered dataset into two halves if the sample is odd, it does not include the median in either half - Q1 is then the median of the lower half and Q3 the median of the upper half. The “inclusive” method also uses the median to divide the ordered dataset into two halves but if the sample is odd, it includes the median in both halves - Q1 is then the median of the lower half and Q3 the median of the upper half.

  • sd – Sets the standard deviation values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired. This attribute has effect only under the q1/median/q3 signature. If sd is not provided but a sample (in y or x) is set, we compute the standard deviation for each box using the sample values.

  • sdsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for sd .

  • selectedplotly.graph_objects.box.Selected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.box.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each sample value. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (x,y) coordinates. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • unselectedplotly.graph_objects.box.Unselected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • upperfence – Sets the upper fence values. There should be as many items as the number of boxes desired. This attribute has effect only under the q1/median/q3 signature. If upperfence is not provided but a sample (in y or x) is set, we compute the lower as the last sample point above 1.5 times the IQR.

  • upperfencesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for upperfence .

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • whiskerwidth – Sets the width of the whiskers relative to the box’ width. For example, with 1, the whiskers are as wide as the box(es).

  • width – Sets the width of the box in data coordinate If 0 (default value) the width is automatically selected based on the positions of other box traces in the same subplot.

  • x – Sets the x sample data or coordinates. See overview for more info.

  • x0 – Sets the x coordinate for single-box traces or the starting coordinate for multi-box traces set using q1/median/q3. See overview for more info.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the x axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • xperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the x0 axis. When x0period is round number of weeks, the x0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • xperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the x axis.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the y sample data or coordinates. See overview for more info.

  • y0 – Sets the y coordinate for single-box traces or the starting coordinate for multi-box traces set using q1/median/q3. See overview for more info.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • yperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the y axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • yperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the y0 axis. When y0period is round number of weeks, the y0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • yperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the y axis.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_candlestick(close=None, closesrc=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, decreasing=None, high=None, highsrc=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, increasing=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, line=None, low=None, lowsrc=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, open=None, opensrc=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, whiskerwidth=None, x=None, xaxis=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xperiod=None, xperiod0=None, xperiodalignment=None, xsrc=None, yaxis=None, yhoverformat=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Candlestick trace

The candlestick is a style of financial chart describing open, high, low and close for a given x coordinate (most likely time). The boxes represent the spread between the open and close values and the lines represent the spread between the low and high values Sample points where the close value is higher (lower) then the open value are called increasing (decreasing). By default, increasing candles are drawn in green whereas decreasing are drawn in red.

Parameters
  • close – Sets the close values.

  • closesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for close .

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • decreasingplotly.graph_objects.candlestick.Decreasing instance or dict with compatible properties

  • high – Sets the high values.

  • highsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for high .

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.candlestick.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • increasingplotly.graph_objects.candlestick.Increasing instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.candlestick.Legendgrouptit le instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.candlestick.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • low – Sets the low values.

  • lowsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for low .

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • open – Sets the open values.

  • opensrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for open .

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.candlestick.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets hover text elements associated with each sample point. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to this trace’s sample points.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • whiskerwidth – Sets the width of the whiskers relative to the box’ width. For example, with 1, the whiskers are as wide as the box(es).

  • x – Sets the x coordinates. If absent, linear coordinate will be generated.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the x axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • xperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the x0 axis. When x0period is round number of weeks, the x0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • xperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the x axis.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_carpet(a=None, a0=None, aaxis=None, asrc=None, b=None, b0=None, baxis=None, bsrc=None, carpet=None, cheaterslope=None, color=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, da=None, db=None, font=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, stream=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, xaxis=None, xsrc=None, y=None, yaxis=None, ysrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Carpet trace

The data describing carpet axis layout is set in y and (optionally) also x. If only y is present, x the plot is interpreted as a cheater plot and is filled in using the y values. x and y may either be 2D arrays matching with each dimension matching that of a and b, or they may be 1D arrays with total length equal to that of a and b.

Parameters
  • a – An array containing values of the first parameter value

  • a0 – Alternate to a. Builds a linear space of a coordinates. Use with da where a0 is the starting coordinate and da the step.

  • aaxisplotly.graph_objects.carpet.Aaxis instance or dict with compatible properties

  • asrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for a .

  • b – A two dimensional array of y coordinates at each carpet point.

  • b0 – Alternate to b. Builds a linear space of a coordinates. Use with db where b0 is the starting coordinate and db the step.

  • baxisplotly.graph_objects.carpet.Baxis instance or dict with compatible properties

  • bsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for b .

  • carpet – An identifier for this carpet, so that scattercarpet and contourcarpet traces can specify a carpet plot on which they lie

  • cheaterslope – The shift applied to each successive row of data in creating a cheater plot. Only used if x is been omitted.

  • color – Sets default for all colors associated with this axis all at once: line, font, tick, and grid colors. Grid color is lightened by blending this with the plot background Individual pieces can override this.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • da – Sets the a coordinate step. See a0 for more info.

  • db – Sets the b coordinate step. See b0 for more info.

  • font – The default font used for axis & tick labels on this carpet

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.carpet.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.carpet.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – A two dimensional array of x coordinates at each carpet point. If omitted, the plot is a cheater plot and the xaxis is hidden by default.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – A two dimensional array of y coordinates at each carpet point.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_choropleth(autocolorscale=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, featureidkey=None, geo=None, geojson=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, locationmode=None, locations=None, locationssrc=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, reversescale=None, selected=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, unselected=None, visible=None, z=None, zauto=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Choropleth trace

The data that describes the choropleth value-to-color mapping is set in z. The geographic locations corresponding to each value in z are set in locations.

Parameters
  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.choropleth.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • featureidkey – Sets the key in GeoJSON features which is used as id to match the items included in the locations array. Only has an effect when geojson is set. Support nested property, for example “properties.name”.

  • geo – Sets a reference between this trace’s geospatial coordinates and a geographic map. If “geo” (the default value), the geospatial coordinates refer to layout.geo. If “geo2”, the geospatial coordinates refer to layout.geo2, and so on.

  • geojson – Sets optional GeoJSON data associated with this trace. If not given, the features on the base map are used. It can be set as a valid GeoJSON object or as a URL string. Note that we only accept GeoJSONs of type “FeatureCollection” or “Feature” with geometries of type “Polygon” or “MultiPolygon”.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.choropleth.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.choropleth.Legendgrouptitl e instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • locationmode – Determines the set of locations used to match entries in locations to regions on the map. Values “ISO-3”, “USA-states”, country names correspond to features on the base map and value “geojson-id” corresponds to features from a custom GeoJSON linked to the geojson attribute.

  • locations – Sets the coordinates via location IDs or names. See locationmode for more info.

  • locationssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for locations .

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.choropleth.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • selectedplotly.graph_objects.choropleth.Selected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.choropleth.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each location.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • unselectedplotly.graph_objects.choropleth.Unselected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • z – Sets the color values.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_choroplethmapbox(autocolorscale=None, below=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, featureidkey=None, geojson=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, locations=None, locationssrc=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, reversescale=None, selected=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, subplot=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, unselected=None, visible=None, z=None, zauto=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Choroplethmapbox trace

GeoJSON features to be filled are set in geojson The data that describes the choropleth value-to-color mapping is set in locations and z.

Parameters
  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • below – Determines if the choropleth polygons will be inserted before the layer with the specified ID. By default, choroplethmapbox traces are placed above the water layers. If set to ‘’, the layer will be inserted above every existing layer.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.choroplethmapbox.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • featureidkey – Sets the key in GeoJSON features which is used as id to match the items included in the locations array. Support nested property, for example “properties.name”.

  • geojson – Sets the GeoJSON data associated with this trace. It can be set as a valid GeoJSON object or as a URL string. Note that we only accept GeoJSONs of type “FeatureCollection” or “Feature” with geometries of type “Polygon” or “MultiPolygon”.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.choroplethmapbox.Hoverlabe l instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variable properties Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.choroplethmapbox.Legendgro uptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • locations – Sets which features found in “geojson” to plot using their feature id field.

  • locationssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for locations .

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.choroplethmapbox.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • selectedplotly.graph_objects.choroplethmapbox.Selected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.choroplethmapbox.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • subplot – Sets a reference between this trace’s data coordinates and a mapbox subplot. If “mapbox” (the default value), the data refer to layout.mapbox. If “mapbox2”, the data refer to layout.mapbox2, and so on.

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each location.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • unselectedplotly.graph_objects.choroplethmapbox.Unselecte d instance or dict with compatible properties

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • z – Sets the color values.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_cone(anchor=None, autocolorscale=None, cauto=None, cmax=None, cmid=None, cmin=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, lighting=None, lightposition=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, scene=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, sizemode=None, sizeref=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, u=None, uhoverformat=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, usrc=None, v=None, vhoverformat=None, visible=None, vsrc=None, w=None, whoverformat=None, wsrc=None, x=None, xhoverformat=None, xsrc=None, y=None, yhoverformat=None, ysrc=None, z=None, zhoverformat=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Cone trace

Use cone traces to visualize vector fields. Specify a vector field using 6 1D arrays, 3 position arrays x, y and z and 3 vector component arrays u, v, w. The cones are drawn exactly at the positions given by x, y and z.

Parameters
  • anchor – Sets the cones’ anchor with respect to their x/y/z positions. Note that “cm” denote the cone’s center of mass which corresponds to 1/4 from the tail to tip.

  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • cauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here u/v/w norm) or the bounds set in cmin and cmax Defaults to false when cmin and cmax are set by the user.

  • cmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as u/v/w norm and if set, cmin must be set as well.

  • cmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling cmin and/or cmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as u/v/w norm. Has no effect when cauto is false.

  • cmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as u/v/w norm and if set, cmax must be set as well.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.cone.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`cmin` and cmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.cone.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variable norm Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.cone.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lightingplotly.graph_objects.cone.Lighting instance or dict with compatible properties

  • lightpositionplotly.graph_objects.cone.Lightposition instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the surface. Please note that in the case of using high opacity values for example a value greater than or equal to 0.5 on two surfaces (and 0.25 with four surfaces), an overlay of multiple transparent surfaces may not perfectly be sorted in depth by the webgl API. This behavior may be improved in the near future and is subject to change.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, cmin will correspond to the last color in the array and cmax will correspond to the first color.

  • scene – Sets a reference between this trace’s 3D coordinate system and a 3D scene. If “scene” (the default value), the (x,y,z) coordinates refer to layout.scene. If “scene2”, the (x,y,z) coordinates refer to layout.scene2, and so on.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • sizemode – Determines whether sizeref is set as a “scaled” (i.e unitless) scalar (normalized by the max u/v/w norm in the vector field) or as “absolute” value (in the same units as the vector field).

  • sizeref – Adjusts the cone size scaling. The size of the cones is determined by their u/v/w norm multiplied a factor and sizeref. This factor (computed internally) corresponds to the minimum “time” to travel across two successive x/y/z positions at the average velocity of those two successive positions. All cones in a given trace use the same factor. With sizemode set to “scaled”, sizeref is unitless, its default value is 0.5 With sizemode set to “absolute”, sizeref has the same units as the u/v/w vector field, its the default value is half the sample’s maximum vector norm.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.cone.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with the cones. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • u – Sets the x components of the vector field.

  • uhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor u using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • usrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for u .

  • v – Sets the y components of the vector field.

  • vhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor v using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • vsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for v .

  • w – Sets the z components of the vector field.

  • whoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor w using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • wsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for w .

  • x – Sets the x coordinates of the vector field and of the displayed cones.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the y coordinates of the vector field and of the displayed cones.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • z – Sets the z coordinates of the vector field and of the displayed cones.

  • zhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor z using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using zaxis.hoverformat.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_contour(autocolorscale=None, autocontour=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, connectgaps=None, contours=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dx=None, dy=None, fillcolor=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hoverongaps=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, line=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, ncontours=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, transpose=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, x0=None, xaxis=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xperiod=None, xperiod0=None, xperiodalignment=None, xsrc=None, xtype=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, ycalendar=None, yhoverformat=None, yperiod=None, yperiod0=None, yperiodalignment=None, ysrc=None, ytype=None, z=None, zauto=None, zhoverformat=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Contour trace

The data from which contour lines are computed is set in z. Data in z must be a 2D list of numbers. Say that z has N rows and M columns, then by default, these N rows correspond to N y coordinates (set in y or auto-generated) and the M columns correspond to M x coordinates (set in x or auto- generated). By setting transpose to True, the above behavior is flipped.

Parameters
  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • autocontour – Determines whether or not the contour level attributes are picked by an algorithm. If True, the number of contour levels can be set in ncontours. If False, set the contour level attributes in contours.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.contour.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • connectgaps – Determines whether or not gaps (i.e. {nan} or missing values) in the z data are filled in. It is defaulted to true if z is a one dimensional array otherwise it is defaulted to false.

  • contoursplotly.graph_objects.contour.Contours instance or dict with compatible properties

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dx – Sets the x coordinate step. See x0 for more info.

  • dy – Sets the y coordinate step. See y0 for more info.

  • fillcolor – Sets the fill color if contours.type is “constraint”. Defaults to a half-transparent variant of the line color, marker color, or marker line color, whichever is available.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.contour.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoverongaps – Determines whether or not gaps (i.e. {nan} or missing values) in the z data have hover labels associated with them.

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.contour.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.contour.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • ncontours – Sets the maximum number of contour levels. The actual number of contours will be chosen automatically to be less than or equal to the value of ncontours. Has an effect only if autocontour is True or if contours.size is missing.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.contour.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each z value.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • transpose – Transposes the z data.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the x coordinates.

  • x0 – Alternate to x. Builds a linear space of x coordinates. Use with dx where x0 is the starting coordinate and dx the step.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the x axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • xperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the x0 axis. When x0period is round number of weeks, the x0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • xperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the x axis.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • xtype – If “array”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x” (the default behavior when x is provided). If “scaled”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x0” and “dx” (the default behavior when x is not provided).

  • y – Sets the y coordinates.

  • y0 – Alternate to y. Builds a linear space of y coordinates. Use with dy where y0 is the starting coordinate and dy the step.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • yperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the y axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • yperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the y0 axis. When y0period is round number of weeks, the y0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • yperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the y axis.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • ytype – If “array”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y” (the default behavior when y is provided) If “scaled”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y0” and “dy” (the default behavior when y is not provided)

  • z – Sets the z data.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor z using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_contourcarpet(a=None, a0=None, asrc=None, atype=None, autocolorscale=None, autocontour=None, b=None, b0=None, bsrc=None, btype=None, carpet=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, contours=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, da=None, db=None, fillcolor=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, line=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, ncontours=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, transpose=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, xaxis=None, yaxis=None, z=None, zauto=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Contourcarpet trace

Plots contours on either the first carpet axis or the carpet axis with a matching carpet attribute. Data z is interpreted as matching that of the corresponding carpet axis.

Parameters
  • a – Sets the x coordinates.

  • a0 – Alternate to x. Builds a linear space of x coordinates. Use with dx where x0 is the starting coordinate and dx the step.

  • asrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for a .

  • atype – If “array”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x” (the default behavior when x is provided). If “scaled”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x0” and “dx” (the default behavior when x is not provided).

  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • autocontour – Determines whether or not the contour level attributes are picked by an algorithm. If True, the number of contour levels can be set in ncontours. If False, set the contour level attributes in contours.

  • b – Sets the y coordinates.

  • b0 – Alternate to y. Builds a linear space of y coordinates. Use with dy where y0 is the starting coordinate and dy the step.

  • bsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for b .

  • btype – If “array”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y” (the default behavior when y is provided) If “scaled”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y0” and “dy” (the default behavior when y is not provided)

  • carpet – The carpet of the carpet axes on which this contour trace lies

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.contourcarpet.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • contoursplotly.graph_objects.contourcarpet.Contours instance or dict with compatible properties

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • da – Sets the x coordinate step. See x0 for more info.

  • db – Sets the y coordinate step. See y0 for more info.

  • fillcolor – Sets the fill color if contours.type is “constraint”. Defaults to a half-transparent variant of the line color, marker color, or marker line color, whichever is available.

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.contourcarpet.Legendgroupt itle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.contourcarpet.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • ncontours – Sets the maximum number of contour levels. The actual number of contours will be chosen automatically to be less than or equal to the value of ncontours. Has an effect only if autocontour is True or if contours.size is missing.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.contourcarpet.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each z value.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • transpose – Transposes the z data.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • z – Sets the z data.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_densitymapbox(autocolorscale=None, below=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, lat=None, latsrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, lon=None, lonsrc=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, radius=None, radiussrc=None, reversescale=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, subplot=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, z=None, zauto=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Densitymapbox trace

Draws a bivariate kernel density estimation with a Gaussian kernel from lon and lat coordinates and optional z values using a colorscale.

Parameters
  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • below – Determines if the densitymapbox trace will be inserted before the layer with the specified ID. By default, densitymapbox traces are placed below the first layer of type symbol If set to ‘’, the layer will be inserted above every existing layer.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.densitymapbox.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.densitymapbox.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Sets hover text elements associated with each (lon,lat) pair If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (lon,lat) coordinates. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • lat – Sets the latitude coordinates (in degrees North).

  • latsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for lat .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.densitymapbox.Legendgroupt itle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lon – Sets the longitude coordinates (in degrees East).

  • lonsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for lon .

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • radius – Sets the radius of influence of one lon / lat point in pixels. Increasing the value makes the densitymapbox trace smoother, but less detailed.

  • radiussrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for radius .

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.densitymapbox.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • subplot – Sets a reference between this trace’s data coordinates and a mapbox subplot. If “mapbox” (the default value), the data refer to layout.mapbox. If “mapbox2”, the data refer to layout.mapbox2, and so on.

  • text – Sets text elements associated with each (lon,lat) pair If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (lon,lat) coordinates. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • z – Sets the points’ weight. For example, a value of 10 would be equivalent to having 10 points of weight 1 in the same spot

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_funnel(alignmentgroup=None, cliponaxis=None, connector=None, constraintext=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dx=None, dy=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, insidetextanchor=None, insidetextfont=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, offset=None, offsetgroup=None, opacity=None, orientation=None, outsidetextfont=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textangle=None, textfont=None, textinfo=None, textposition=None, textpositionsrc=None, textsrc=None, texttemplate=None, texttemplatesrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, width=None, x=None, x0=None, xaxis=None, xhoverformat=None, xperiod=None, xperiod0=None, xperiodalignment=None, xsrc=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, yhoverformat=None, yperiod=None, yperiod0=None, yperiodalignment=None, ysrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Funnel trace

Visualize stages in a process using length-encoded bars. This trace can be used to show data in either a part-to-whole representation wherein each item appears in a single stage, or in a “drop-off” representation wherein each item appears in each stage it traversed. See also the “funnelarea” trace type for a different approach to visualizing funnel data.

Parameters
  • alignmentgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same alignmentgroup. This controls whether bars compute their positional range dependently or independently.

  • cliponaxis – Determines whether the text nodes are clipped about the subplot axes. To show the text nodes above axis lines and tick labels, make sure to set xaxis.layer and yaxis.layer to below traces.

  • connectorplotly.graph_objects.funnel.Connector instance or dict with compatible properties

  • constraintext – Constrain the size of text inside or outside a bar to be no larger than the bar itself.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dx – Sets the x coordinate step. See x0 for more info.

  • dy – Sets the y coordinate step. See y0 for more info.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.funnel.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables percentInitial, percentPrevious and percentTotal. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Sets hover text elements associated with each (x,y) pair. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (x,y) coordinates. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • insidetextanchor – Determines if texts are kept at center or start/end points in textposition “inside” mode.

  • insidetextfont – Sets the font used for text lying inside the bar.

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.funnel.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.funnel.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • offset – Shifts the position where the bar is drawn (in position axis units). In “group” barmode, traces that set “offset” will be excluded and drawn in “overlay” mode instead.

  • offsetgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same offsetgroup where bars of the same position coordinate will line up.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • orientation – Sets the orientation of the funnels. With “v” (“h”), the value of the each bar spans along the vertical (horizontal). By default funnels are tend to be oriented horizontally; unless only “y” array is presented or orientation is set to “v”. Also regarding graphs including only ‘horizontal’ funnels, “autorange” on the “y-axis” are set to “reversed”.

  • outsidetextfont – Sets the font used for text lying outside the bar.

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.funnel.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets text elements associated with each (x,y) pair. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (x,y) coordinates. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textangle – Sets the angle of the tick labels with respect to the bar. For example, a tickangle of -90 draws the tick labels vertically. With “auto” the texts may automatically be rotated to fit with the maximum size in bars.

  • textfont – Sets the font used for text.

  • textinfo – Determines which trace information appear on the graph. In the case of having multiple funnels, percentages & totals are computed separately (per trace).

  • textposition – Specifies the location of the text. “inside” positions text inside, next to the bar end (rotated and scaled if needed). “outside” positions text outside, next to the bar end (scaled if needed), unless there is another bar stacked on this one, then the text gets pushed inside. “auto” tries to position text inside the bar, but if the bar is too small and no bar is stacked on this one the text is moved outside. If “none”, no text appears.

  • textpositionsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for textposition .

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • texttemplate – Template string used for rendering the information text that appear on points. Note that this will override textinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. Every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables percentInitial, percentPrevious, percentTotal, label and value.

  • texttemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for texttemplate .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • width – Sets the bar width (in position axis units).

  • x – Sets the x coordinates.

  • x0 – Alternate to x. Builds a linear space of x coordinates. Use with dx where x0 is the starting coordinate and dx the step.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the x axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • xperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the x0 axis. When x0period is round number of weeks, the x0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • xperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the x axis.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the y coordinates.

  • y0 – Alternate to y. Builds a linear space of y coordinates. Use with dy where y0 is the starting coordinate and dy the step.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • yperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the y axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • yperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the y0 axis. When y0period is round number of weeks, the y0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • yperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the y axis.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_funnelarea(aspectratio=None, baseratio=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dlabel=None, domain=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, insidetextfont=None, label0=None, labels=None, labelssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, scalegroup=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textfont=None, textinfo=None, textposition=None, textpositionsrc=None, textsrc=None, texttemplate=None, texttemplatesrc=None, title=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, values=None, valuessrc=None, visible=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Funnelarea trace

Visualize stages in a process using area-encoded trapezoids. This trace can be used to show data in a part-to-whole representation similar to a “pie” trace, wherein each item appears in a single stage. See also the “funnel” trace type for a different approach to visualizing funnel data.

Parameters
  • aspectratio – Sets the ratio between height and width

  • baseratio – Sets the ratio between bottom length and maximum top length.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dlabel – Sets the label step. See label0 for more info.

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.funnelarea.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.funnelarea.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables label, color, value, text and percent. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Sets hover text elements associated with each sector. If a single string, the same string appears for all data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order of this trace’s sectors. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • insidetextfont – Sets the font used for textinfo lying inside the sector.

  • label0 – Alternate to labels. Builds a numeric set of labels. Use with dlabel where label0 is the starting label and dlabel the step.

  • labels – Sets the sector labels. If labels entries are duplicated, we sum associated values or simply count occurrences if values is not provided. For other array attributes (including color) we use the first non-empty entry among all occurrences of the label.

  • labelssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for labels .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.funnelarea.Legendgrouptitl e instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.funnelarea.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • scalegroup – If there are multiple funnelareas that should be sized according to their totals, link them by providing a non-empty group id here shared by every trace in the same group.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.funnelarea.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets text elements associated with each sector. If trace textinfo contains a “text” flag, these elements will be seen on the chart. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textfont – Sets the font used for textinfo.

  • textinfo – Determines which trace information appear on the graph.

  • textposition – Specifies the location of the textinfo.

  • textpositionsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for textposition .

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • texttemplate – Template string used for rendering the information text that appear on points. Note that this will override textinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. Every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables label, color, value, text and percent.

  • texttemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for texttemplate .

  • titleplotly.graph_objects.funnelarea.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • values – Sets the values of the sectors. If omitted, we count occurrences of each label.

  • valuessrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for values .

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_heatmap(autocolorscale=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, connectgaps=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dx=None, dy=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hoverongaps=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, transpose=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, x0=None, xaxis=None, xcalendar=None, xgap=None, xhoverformat=None, xperiod=None, xperiod0=None, xperiodalignment=None, xsrc=None, xtype=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, ycalendar=None, ygap=None, yhoverformat=None, yperiod=None, yperiod0=None, yperiodalignment=None, ysrc=None, ytype=None, z=None, zauto=None, zhoverformat=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsmooth=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Heatmap trace

The data that describes the heatmap value-to-color mapping is set in z. Data in z can either be a 2D list of values (ragged or not) or a 1D array of values. In the case where z is a 2D list, say that z has N rows and M columns. Then, by default, the resulting heatmap will have N partitions along the y axis and M partitions along the x axis. In other words, the i-th row/ j-th column cell in z is mapped to the i-th partition of the y axis (starting from the bottom of the plot) and the j-th partition of the x-axis (starting from the left of the plot). This behavior can be flipped by using transpose. Moreover, x (y) can be provided with M or M+1 (N or N+1) elements. If M (N), then the coordinates correspond to the center of the heatmap cells and the cells have equal width. If M+1 (N+1), then the coordinates correspond to the edges of the heatmap cells. In the case where z is a 1D list, the x and y coordinates must be provided in x and y respectively to form data triplets.

Parameters
  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.heatmap.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • connectgaps – Determines whether or not gaps (i.e. {nan} or missing values) in the z data are filled in. It is defaulted to true if z is a one dimensional array and zsmooth is not false; otherwise it is defaulted to false.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dx – Sets the x coordinate step. See x0 for more info.

  • dy – Sets the y coordinate step. See y0 for more info.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.heatmap.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoverongaps – Determines whether or not gaps (i.e. {nan} or missing values) in the z data have hover labels associated with them.

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.heatmap.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.heatmap.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each z value.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • transpose – Transposes the z data.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the x coordinates.

  • x0 – Alternate to x. Builds a linear space of x coordinates. Use with dx where x0 is the starting coordinate and dx the step.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xgap – Sets the horizontal gap (in pixels) between bricks.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the x axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • xperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the x0 axis. When x0period is round number of weeks, the x0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • xperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the x axis.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • xtype – If “array”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x” (the default behavior when x is provided). If “scaled”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x0” and “dx” (the default behavior when x is not provided).

  • y – Sets the y coordinates.

  • y0 – Alternate to y. Builds a linear space of y coordinates. Use with dy where y0 is the starting coordinate and dy the step.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • ygap – Sets the vertical gap (in pixels) between bricks.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • yperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the y axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • yperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the y0 axis. When y0period is round number of weeks, the y0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • yperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the y axis.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • ytype – If “array”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y” (the default behavior when y is provided) If “scaled”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y0” and “dy” (the default behavior when y is not provided)

  • z – Sets the z data.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor z using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsmooth – Picks a smoothing algorithm use to smooth z data.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_heatmapgl(autocolorscale=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dx=None, dy=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, showscale=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, transpose=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, x0=None, xaxis=None, xsrc=None, xtype=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, ysrc=None, ytype=None, z=None, zauto=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsmooth=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Heatmapgl trace

“heatmapgl” trace is deprecated! Please consider switching to the “heatmap” or “image” trace types. Alternatively you could contribute/sponsor rewriting this trace type based on cartesian features and using regl framework. WebGL version of the heatmap trace type.

Parameters
  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.heatmapgl.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dx – Sets the x coordinate step. See x0 for more info.

  • dy – Sets the y coordinate step. See y0 for more info.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.heatmapgl.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgrouptitle – :class:`plotly.graph_objects.heatmapgl.Legendgrouptitle ` instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.heatmapgl.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each z value.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • transpose – Transposes the z data.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the x coordinates.

  • x0 – Alternate to x. Builds a linear space of x coordinates. Use with dx where x0 is the starting coordinate and dx the step.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • xtype – If “array”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x” (the default behavior when x is provided). If “scaled”, the heatmap’s x coordinates are given by “x0” and “dx” (the default behavior when x is not provided).

  • y – Sets the y coordinates.

  • y0 – Alternate to y. Builds a linear space of y coordinates. Use with dy where y0 is the starting coordinate and dy the step.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • ytype – If “array”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y” (the default behavior when y is provided) If “scaled”, the heatmap’s y coordinates are given by “y0” and “dy” (the default behavior when y is not provided)

  • z – Sets the z data.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsmooth – Picks a smoothing algorithm use to smooth z data.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_histogram(alignmentgroup=None, autobinx=None, autobiny=None, bingroup=None, cumulative=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, error_x=None, error_y=None, histfunc=None, histnorm=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, nbinsx=None, nbinsy=None, offsetgroup=None, opacity=None, orientation=None, selected=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, unselected=None, visible=None, x=None, xaxis=None, xbins=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xsrc=None, y=None, yaxis=None, ybins=None, ycalendar=None, yhoverformat=None, ysrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Histogram trace

The sample data from which statistics are computed is set in x for vertically spanning histograms and in y for horizontally spanning histograms. Binning options are set xbins and ybins respectively if no aggregation data is provided.

Parameters
  • alignmentgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same alignmentgroup. This controls whether bars compute their positional range dependently or independently.

  • autobinx – Obsolete: since v1.42 each bin attribute is auto- determined separately and autobinx is not needed. However, we accept autobinx: true or false and will update xbins accordingly before deleting autobinx from the trace.

  • autobiny – Obsolete: since v1.42 each bin attribute is auto- determined separately and autobiny is not needed. However, we accept autobiny: true or false and will update ybins accordingly before deleting autobiny from the trace.

  • bingroup – Set a group of histogram traces which will have compatible bin settings. Note that traces on the same subplot and with the same “orientation” under barmode “stack”, “relative” and “group” are forced into the same bingroup, Using bingroup, traces under barmode “overlay” and on different axes (of the same axis type) can have compatible bin settings. Note that histogram and histogram2d* trace can share the same bingroup

  • cumulativeplotly.graph_objects.histogram.Cumulative instance or dict with compatible properties

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • error_xplotly.graph_objects.histogram.ErrorX instance or dict with compatible properties

  • error_yplotly.graph_objects.histogram.ErrorY instance or dict with compatible properties

  • histfunc – Specifies the binning function used for this histogram trace. If “count”, the histogram values are computed by counting the number of values lying inside each bin. If “sum”, “avg”, “min”, “max”, the histogram values are computed using the sum, the average, the minimum or the maximum of the values lying inside each bin respectively.

  • histnorm – Specifies the type of normalization used for this histogram trace. If “”, the span of each bar corresponds to the number of occurrences (i.e. the number of data points lying inside the bins). If “percent” / “probability”, the span of each bar corresponds to the percentage / fraction of occurrences with respect to the total number of sample points (here, the sum of all bin HEIGHTS equals 100% / 1). If “density”, the span of each bar corresponds to the number of occurrences in a bin divided by the size of the bin interval (here, the sum of all bin AREAS equals the total number of sample points). If probability density, the area of each bar corresponds to the probability that an event will fall into the corresponding bin (here, the sum of all bin AREAS equals 1).

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.histogram.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variable binNumber Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitle – :class:`plotly.graph_objects.histogram.Legendgrouptitle ` instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.histogram.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • nbinsx – Specifies the maximum number of desired bins. This value will be used in an algorithm that will decide the optimal bin size such that the histogram best visualizes the distribution of the data. Ignored if xbins.size is provided.

  • nbinsy – Specifies the maximum number of desired bins. This value will be used in an algorithm that will decide the optimal bin size such that the histogram best visualizes the distribution of the data. Ignored if ybins.size is provided.

  • offsetgroup – Set several traces linked to the same position axis or matching axes to the same offsetgroup where bars of the same position coordinate will line up.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • orientation – Sets the orientation of the bars. With “v” (“h”), the value of the each bar spans along the vertical (horizontal).

  • selectedplotly.graph_objects.histogram.Selected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.histogram.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets hover text elements associated with each bar. If a single string, the same string appears over all bars. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s coordinates.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • unselectedplotly.graph_objects.histogram.Unselected instance or dict with compatible properties

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the sample data to be binned on the x axis.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xbinsplotly.graph_objects.histogram.XBins instance or dict with compatible properties

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the sample data to be binned on the y axis.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ybinsplotly.graph_objects.histogram.YBins instance or dict with compatible properties

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_histogram2d(autobinx=None, autobiny=None, autocolorscale=None, bingroup=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, histfunc=None, histnorm=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, nbinsx=None, nbinsy=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, xaxis=None, xbingroup=None, xbins=None, xcalendar=None, xgap=None, xhoverformat=None, xsrc=None, y=None, yaxis=None, ybingroup=None, ybins=None, ycalendar=None, ygap=None, yhoverformat=None, ysrc=None, z=None, zauto=None, zhoverformat=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsmooth=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Histogram2d trace

The sample data from which statistics are computed is set in x and y (where x and y represent marginal distributions, binning is set in xbins and ybins in this case) or z (where z represent the 2D distribution and binning set, binning is set by x and y in this case). The resulting distribution is visualized as a heatmap.

Parameters
  • autobinx – Obsolete: since v1.42 each bin attribute is auto- determined separately and autobinx is not needed. However, we accept autobinx: true or false and will update xbins accordingly before deleting autobinx from the trace.

  • autobiny – Obsolete: since v1.42 each bin attribute is auto- determined separately and autobiny is not needed. However, we accept autobiny: true or false and will update ybins accordingly before deleting autobiny from the trace.

  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • bingroup – Set the xbingroup and ybingroup default prefix For example, setting a bingroup of 1 on two histogram2d traces will make them their x-bins and y-bins match separately.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.histogram2d.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • histfunc – Specifies the binning function used for this histogram trace. If “count”, the histogram values are computed by counting the number of values lying inside each bin. If “sum”, “avg”, “min”, “max”, the histogram values are computed using the sum, the average, the minimum or the maximum of the values lying inside each bin respectively.

  • histnorm – Specifies the type of normalization used for this histogram trace. If “”, the span of each bar corresponds to the number of occurrences (i.e. the number of data points lying inside the bins). If “percent” / “probability”, the span of each bar corresponds to the percentage / fraction of occurrences with respect to the total number of sample points (here, the sum of all bin HEIGHTS equals 100% / 1). If “density”, the span of each bar corresponds to the number of occurrences in a bin divided by the size of the bin interval (here, the sum of all bin AREAS equals the total number of sample points). If probability density, the area of each bar corresponds to the probability that an event will fall into the corresponding bin (here, the sum of all bin AREAS equals 1).

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.histogram2d.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variable z Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.histogram2d.Legendgrouptit le instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.histogram2d.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • nbinsx – Specifies the maximum number of desired bins. This value will be used in an algorithm that will decide the optimal bin size such that the histogram best visualizes the distribution of the data. Ignored if xbins.size is provided.

  • nbinsy – Specifies the maximum number of desired bins. This value will be used in an algorithm that will decide the optimal bin size such that the histogram best visualizes the distribution of the data. Ignored if ybins.size is provided.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.histogram2d.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the sample data to be binned on the x axis.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xbingroup – Set a group of histogram traces which will have compatible x-bin settings. Using xbingroup, histogram2d and histogram2dcontour traces (on axes of the same axis type) can have compatible x-bin settings. Note that the same xbingroup value can be used to set (1D) histogram bingroup

  • xbinsplotly.graph_objects.histogram2d.XBins instance or dict with compatible properties

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xgap – Sets the horizontal gap (in pixels) between bricks.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the sample data to be binned on the y axis.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ybingroup – Set a group of histogram traces which will have compatible y-bin settings. Using ybingroup, histogram2d and histogram2dcontour traces (on axes of the same axis type) can have compatible y-bin settings. Note that the same ybingroup value can be used to set (1D) histogram bingroup

  • ybinsplotly.graph_objects.histogram2d.YBins instance or dict with compatible properties

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • ygap – Sets the vertical gap (in pixels) between bricks.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • z – Sets the aggregation data.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor z using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsmooth – Picks a smoothing algorithm use to smooth z data.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_histogram2dcontour(autobinx=None, autobiny=None, autocolorscale=None, autocontour=None, bingroup=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, contours=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, histfunc=None, histnorm=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, line=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, nbinsx=None, nbinsy=None, ncontours=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, xaxis=None, xbingroup=None, xbins=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xsrc=None, y=None, yaxis=None, ybingroup=None, ybins=None, ycalendar=None, yhoverformat=None, ysrc=None, z=None, zauto=None, zhoverformat=None, zmax=None, zmid=None, zmin=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Histogram2dContour trace

The sample data from which statistics are computed is set in x and y (where x and y represent marginal distributions, binning is set in xbins and ybins in this case) or z (where z represent the 2D distribution and binning set, binning is set by x and y in this case). The resulting distribution is visualized as a contour plot.

Parameters
  • autobinx – Obsolete: since v1.42 each bin attribute is auto- determined separately and autobinx is not needed. However, we accept autobinx: true or false and will update xbins accordingly before deleting autobinx from the trace.

  • autobiny – Obsolete: since v1.42 each bin attribute is auto- determined separately and autobiny is not needed. However, we accept autobiny: true or false and will update ybins accordingly before deleting autobiny from the trace.

  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • autocontour – Determines whether or not the contour level attributes are picked by an algorithm. If True, the number of contour levels can be set in ncontours. If False, set the contour level attributes in contours.

  • bingroup – Set the xbingroup and ybingroup default prefix For example, setting a bingroup of 1 on two histogram2d traces will make them their x-bins and y-bins match separately.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.ColorBa r instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`zmin` and zmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • contoursplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.Contour s instance or dict with compatible properties

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • histfunc – Specifies the binning function used for this histogram trace. If “count”, the histogram values are computed by counting the number of values lying inside each bin. If “sum”, “avg”, “min”, “max”, the histogram values are computed using the sum, the average, the minimum or the maximum of the values lying inside each bin respectively.

  • histnorm – Specifies the type of normalization used for this histogram trace. If “”, the span of each bar corresponds to the number of occurrences (i.e. the number of data points lying inside the bins). If “percent” / “probability”, the span of each bar corresponds to the percentage / fraction of occurrences with respect to the total number of sample points (here, the sum of all bin HEIGHTS equals 100% / 1). If “density”, the span of each bar corresponds to the number of occurrences in a bin divided by the size of the bin interval (here, the sum of all bin AREAS equals the total number of sample points). If probability density, the area of each bar corresponds to the probability that an event will fall into the corresponding bin (here, the sum of all bin AREAS equals 1).

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.Hoverla bel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variable z Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.Legendg rouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • nbinsx – Specifies the maximum number of desired bins. This value will be used in an algorithm that will decide the optimal bin size such that the histogram best visualizes the distribution of the data. Ignored if xbins.size is provided.

  • nbinsy – Specifies the maximum number of desired bins. This value will be used in an algorithm that will decide the optimal bin size such that the histogram best visualizes the distribution of the data. Ignored if ybins.size is provided.

  • ncontours – Sets the maximum number of contour levels. The actual number of contours will be chosen automatically to be less than or equal to the value of ncontours. Has an effect only if autocontour is True or if contours.size is missing.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, zmin will correspond to the last color in the array and zmax will correspond to the first color.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the sample data to be binned on the x axis.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xbingroup – Set a group of histogram traces which will have compatible x-bin settings. Using xbingroup, histogram2d and histogram2dcontour traces (on axes of the same axis type) can have compatible x-bin settings. Note that the same xbingroup value can be used to set (1D) histogram bingroup

  • xbinsplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.XBins instance or dict with compatible properties

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the sample data to be binned on the y axis.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ybingroup – Set a group of histogram traces which will have compatible y-bin settings. Using ybingroup, histogram2d and histogram2dcontour traces (on axes of the same axis type) can have compatible y-bin settings. Note that the same ybingroup value can be used to set (1D) histogram bingroup

  • ybinsplotly.graph_objects.histogram2dcontour.YBins instance or dict with compatible properties

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • z – Sets the aggregation data.

  • zauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here in z) or the bounds set in zmin and zmax Defaults to false when zmin and zmax are set by the user.

  • zhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor z using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • zmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmin must be set as well.

  • zmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling zmin and/or zmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as in z. Has no effect when zauto is false.

  • zmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as in z and if set, zmax must be set as well.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_hline(y, row='all', col='all', exclude_empty_subplots=True, **kwargs)

Add a horizontal line to a plot or subplot that extends infinitely in the x-dimension.

Parameters
  • y (float or int) – A number representing the y coordinate of the horizontal line.

  • exclude_empty_subplots (Boolean) – If True (default) do not place the shape on subplots that have no data plotted on them.

  • row (None, int or 'all') – Subplot row for shape indexed starting at 1. If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s). If both row and col are None, addresses the first subplot if subplots exist, or the only plot. By default is “all”.

  • col (None, int or 'all') – Subplot column for shape indexed starting at 1. If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s). If both row and col are None, addresses the first subplot if subplots exist, or the only plot. By default is “all”.

  • annotation (dict or plotly.graph_objects.layout.Annotation. If dict(),) – it is interpreted as describing an annotation. The annotation is placed relative to the shape based on annotation_position (see below) unless its x or y value has been specified for the annotation passed here. xref and yref are always the same as for the added shape and cannot be overridden.

  • annotation_position (a string containing optionally ["top", "bottom"]) – and [“left”, “right”] specifying where the text should be anchored to on the line. Example positions are “bottom left”, “right top”, “right”, “bottom”. If an annotation is added but annotation_position is not specified, this defaults to “top right”.

  • annotation_* (any parameters to go.layout.Annotation can be passed as) – keywords by prefixing them with “annotation_”. For example, to specify the annotation text “example” you can pass annotation_text=”example” as a keyword argument.

  • **kwargs – Any named function parameters that can be passed to ‘add_shape’, except for x0, x1, y0, y1 or type.

add_hrect(y0, y1, row='all', col='all', exclude_empty_subplots=True, **kwargs)

Add a rectangle to a plot or subplot that extends infinitely in the x-dimension.

Parameters
  • y0 (float or int) – A number representing the y coordinate of one side of the rectangle.

  • y1 (float or int) – A number representing the y coordinate of the other side of the rectangle.

  • exclude_empty_subplots (Boolean) – If True (default) do not place the shape on subplots that have no data plotted on them.

  • row (None, int or 'all') – Subplot row for shape indexed starting at 1. If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s). If both row and col are None, addresses the first subplot if subplots exist, or the only plot. By default is “all”.

  • col (None, int or 'all') – Subplot column for shape indexed starting at 1. If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s). If both row and col are None, addresses the first subplot if subplots exist, or the only plot. By default is “all”.

  • annotation (dict or plotly.graph_objects.layout.Annotation. If dict(),) – it is interpreted as describing an annotation. The annotation is placed relative to the shape based on annotation_position (see below) unless its x or y value has been specified for the annotation passed here. xref and yref are always the same as for the added shape and cannot be overridden.

  • annotation_position (a string containing optionally ["inside", "outside"], ["top", "bottom"]) – and [“left”, “right”] specifying where the text should be anchored to on the rectangle. Example positions are “outside top left”, “inside bottom”, “right”, “inside left”, “inside” (“outside” is not supported). If an annotation is added but annotation_position is not specified this defaults to “inside top right”.

  • annotation_* (any parameters to go.layout.Annotation can be passed as) – keywords by prefixing them with “annotation_”. For example, to specify the annotation text “example” you can pass annotation_text=”example” as a keyword argument.

  • **kwargs – Any named function parameters that can be passed to ‘add_shape’, except for x0, x1, y0, y1 or type.

add_icicle(branchvalues=None, count=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, domain=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, insidetextfont=None, labels=None, labelssrc=None, leaf=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, level=None, marker=None, maxdepth=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, outsidetextfont=None, parents=None, parentssrc=None, pathbar=None, root=None, sort=None, stream=None, text=None, textfont=None, textinfo=None, textposition=None, textsrc=None, texttemplate=None, texttemplatesrc=None, tiling=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, values=None, valuessrc=None, visible=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Icicle trace

Visualize hierarchal data from leaves (and/or outer branches) towards root with rectangles. The icicle sectors are determined by the entries in “labels” or “ids” and in “parents”.

Parameters
  • branchvalues – Determines how the items in values are summed. When set to “total”, items in values are taken to be value of all its descendants. When set to “remainder”, items in values corresponding to the root and the branches sectors are taken to be the extra part not part of the sum of the values at their leaves.

  • count – Determines default for values when it is not provided, by inferring a 1 for each of the “leaves” and/or “branches”, otherwise 0.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables currentPath, root, entry, percentRoot, percentEntry and percentParent. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Sets hover text elements associated with each sector. If a single string, the same string appears for all data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order of this trace’s sectors. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • insidetextfont – Sets the font used for textinfo lying inside the sector.

  • labels – Sets the labels of each of the sectors.

  • labelssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for labels .

  • leafplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Leaf instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • level – Sets the level from which this trace hierarchy is rendered. Set level to '' to start from the root node in the hierarchy. Must be an “id” if ids is filled in, otherwise plotly attempts to find a matching item in labels.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • maxdepth – Sets the number of rendered sectors from any given level. Set maxdepth to “-1” to render all the levels in the hierarchy.

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • outsidetextfont – Sets the font used for textinfo lying outside the sector. This option refers to the root of the hierarchy presented on top left corner of a treemap graph. Please note that if a hierarchy has multiple root nodes, this option won’t have any effect and insidetextfont would be used.

  • parents – Sets the parent sectors for each of the sectors. Empty string items ‘’ are understood to reference the root node in the hierarchy. If ids is filled, parents items are understood to be “ids” themselves. When ids is not set, plotly attempts to find matching items in labels, but beware they must be unique.

  • parentssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for parents .

  • pathbarplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Pathbar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • rootplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Root instance or dict with compatible properties

  • sort – Determines whether or not the sectors are reordered from largest to smallest.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets text elements associated with each sector. If trace textinfo contains a “text” flag, these elements will be seen on the chart. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textfont – Sets the font used for textinfo.

  • textinfo – Determines which trace information appear on the graph.

  • textposition – Sets the positions of the text elements.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • texttemplate – Template string used for rendering the information text that appear on points. Note that this will override textinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. Every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables currentPath, root, entry, percentRoot, percentEntry, percentParent, label and value.

  • texttemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for texttemplate .

  • tilingplotly.graph_objects.icicle.Tiling instance or dict with compatible properties

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • values – Sets the values associated with each of the sectors. Use with branchvalues to determine how the values are summed.

  • valuessrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for values .

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_image(colormodel=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dx=None, dy=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, source=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x0=None, xaxis=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, z=None, zmax=None, zmin=None, zsmooth=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Image trace

Display an image, i.e. data on a 2D regular raster. By default, when an image is displayed in a subplot, its y axis will be reversed (ie. autorange: 'reversed'), constrained to the domain (ie. constrain: 'domain') and it will have the same scale as its x axis (ie. scaleanchor: 'x,) in order for pixels to be rendered as squares.

Parameters
  • colormodel – Color model used to map the numerical color components described in z into colors. If source is specified, this attribute will be set to rgba256 otherwise it defaults to rgb.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dx – Set the pixel’s horizontal size.

  • dy – Set the pixel’s vertical size

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.image.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables z, color and colormodel. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.image.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • source – Specifies the data URI of the image to be visualized. The URI consists of “data:image/[<media subtype>][;base64],<data>”

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.image.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with each z value.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x0 – Set the image’s x position.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • y0 – Set the image’s y position.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • z – A 2-dimensional array in which each element is an array of 3 or 4 numbers representing a color.

  • zmax – Array defining the higher bound for each color component. Note that the default value will depend on the colormodel. For the rgb colormodel, it is [255, 255, 255]. For the rgba colormodel, it is [255, 255, 255, 1]. For the rgba256 colormodel, it is [255, 255, 255, 255]. For the hsl colormodel, it is [360, 100, 100]. For the hsla colormodel, it is [360, 100, 100, 1].

  • zmin – Array defining the lower bound for each color component. Note that the default value will depend on the colormodel. For the rgb colormodel, it is [0, 0, 0]. For the rgba colormodel, it is [0, 0, 0, 0]. For the rgba256 colormodel, it is [0, 0, 0, 0]. For the hsl colormodel, it is [0, 0, 0]. For the hsla colormodel, it is [0, 0, 0, 0].

  • zsmooth – Picks a smoothing algorithm used to smooth z data. This only applies for image traces that use the source attribute.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_indicator(align=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, delta=None, domain=None, gauge=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, mode=None, name=None, number=None, stream=None, title=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, value=None, visible=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Indicator trace

An indicator is used to visualize a single value along with some contextual information such as steps or a threshold, using a combination of three visual elements: a number, a delta, and/or a gauge. Deltas are taken with respect to a reference. Gauges can be either angular or bullet (aka linear) gauges.

Parameters
  • align – Sets the horizontal alignment of the text within the box. Note that this attribute has no effect if an angular gauge is displayed: in this case, it is always centered

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • deltaplotly.graph_objects.indicator.Delta instance or dict with compatible properties

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.indicator.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

  • gauge – The gauge of the Indicator plot.

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgrouptitle – :class:`plotly.graph_objects.indicator.Legendgrouptitle ` instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • mode – Determines how the value is displayed on the graph. number displays the value numerically in text. delta displays the difference to a reference value in text. Finally, gauge displays the value graphically on an axis.

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • numberplotly.graph_objects.indicator.Number instance or dict with compatible properties

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.indicator.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • titleplotly.graph_objects.indicator.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • value – Sets the number to be displayed.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_isosurface(autocolorscale=None, caps=None, cauto=None, cmax=None, cmid=None, cmin=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, contour=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, flatshading=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, isomax=None, isomin=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, lighting=None, lightposition=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, scene=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, slices=None, spaceframe=None, stream=None, surface=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, value=None, valuehoverformat=None, valuesrc=None, visible=None, x=None, xhoverformat=None, xsrc=None, y=None, yhoverformat=None, ysrc=None, z=None, zhoverformat=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Isosurface trace

Draws isosurfaces between iso-min and iso-max values with coordinates given by four 1-dimensional arrays containing the value, x, y and z of every vertex of a uniform or non- uniform 3-D grid. Horizontal or vertical slices, caps as well as spaceframe between iso-min and iso-max values could also be drawn using this trace.

Parameters
  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • capsplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Caps instance or dict with compatible properties

  • cauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here value) or the bounds set in cmin and cmax Defaults to false when cmin and cmax are set by the user.

  • cmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as value and if set, cmin must be set as well.

  • cmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling cmin and/or cmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as value. Has no effect when cauto is false.

  • cmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as value and if set, cmax must be set as well.

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`cmin` and cmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • contourplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Contour instance or dict with compatible properties

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • flatshading – Determines whether or not normal smoothing is applied to the meshes, creating meshes with an angular, low- poly look via flat reflections.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • isomax – Sets the maximum boundary for iso-surface plot.

  • isomin – Sets the minimum boundary for iso-surface plot.

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Legendgrouptitl e instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lightingplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Lighting instance or dict with compatible properties

  • lightpositionplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Lightposition instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the surface. Please note that in the case of using high opacity values for example a value greater than or equal to 0.5 on two surfaces (and 0.25 with four surfaces), an overlay of multiple transparent surfaces may not perfectly be sorted in depth by the webgl API. This behavior may be improved in the near future and is subject to change.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, cmin will correspond to the last color in the array and cmax will correspond to the first color.

  • scene – Sets a reference between this trace’s 3D coordinate system and a 3D scene. If “scene” (the default value), the (x,y,z) coordinates refer to layout.scene. If “scene2”, the (x,y,z) coordinates refer to layout.scene2, and so on.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • slicesplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Slices instance or dict with compatible properties

  • spaceframeplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Spaceframe instance or dict with compatible properties

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • surfaceplotly.graph_objects.isosurface.Surface instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with the vertices. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • value – Sets the 4th dimension (value) of the vertices.

  • valuehoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor value using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d 3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.By default the values are formatted using generic number format.

  • valuesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for value .

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the X coordinates of the vertices on X axis.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the Y coordinates of the vertices on Y axis.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • z – Sets the Z coordinates of the vertices on Z axis.

  • zhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor z using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using zaxis.hoverformat.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_layout_image(arg=None, layer=None, name=None, opacity=None, sizex=None, sizey=None, sizing=None, source=None, templateitemname=None, visible=None, x=None, xanchor=None, xref=None, y=None, yanchor=None, yref=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, exclude_empty_subplots=None, **kwargs)

Create and add a new image to the figure’s layout

Parameters
  • arg – instance of Image or dict with compatible properties

  • layer – Specifies whether images are drawn below or above traces. When xref and yref are both set to paper, image is drawn below the entire plot area.

  • name – When used in a template, named items are created in the output figure in addition to any items the figure already has in this array. You can modify these items in the output figure by making your own item with templateitemname matching this name alongside your modifications (including visible: false or enabled: false to hide it). Has no effect outside of a template.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the image.

  • sizex – Sets the image container size horizontally. The image will be sized based on the position value. When xref is set to paper, units are sized relative to the plot width. When xref ends with ` domain`, units are sized relative to the axis width.

  • sizey – Sets the image container size vertically. The image will be sized based on the position value. When yref is set to paper, units are sized relative to the plot height. When yref ends with ` domain`, units are sized relative to the axis height.

  • sizing – Specifies which dimension of the image to constrain.

  • source – Specifies the URL of the image to be used. The URL must be accessible from the domain where the plot code is run, and can be either relative or absolute.

  • templateitemname – Used to refer to a named item in this array in the template. Named items from the template will be created even without a matching item in the input figure, but you can modify one by making an item with templateitemname matching its name, alongside your modifications (including visible: false or enabled: false to hide it). If there is no template or no matching item, this item will be hidden unless you explicitly show it with visible: true.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this image is visible.

  • x – Sets the image’s x position. When xref is set to paper, units are sized relative to the plot height. See xref for more info

  • xanchor – Sets the anchor for the x position

  • xref – Sets the images’s x coordinate axis. If set to a x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), the x position refers to a x coordinate. If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right). If set to a x axis ID followed by “domain” (separated by a space), the position behaves like for “paper”, but refers to the distance in fractions of the domain length from the left of the domain of that axis: e.g., x2 domain refers to the domain of the second x axis and a x position of 0.5 refers to the point between the left and the right of the domain of the second x axis.

  • y – Sets the image’s y position. When yref is set to paper, units are sized relative to the plot height. See yref for more info

  • yanchor – Sets the anchor for the y position.

  • yref – Sets the images’s y coordinate axis. If set to a y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), the y position refers to a y coordinate. If set to “paper”, the y position refers to the distance from the bottom of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the bottom (top). If set to a y axis ID followed by “domain” (separated by a space), the position behaves like for “paper”, but refers to the distance in fractions of the domain length from the bottom of the domain of that axis: e.g., y2 domain refers to the domain of the second y axis and a y position of 0.5 refers to the point between the bottom and the top of the domain of the second y axis.

  • row – Subplot row for image. If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col – Subplot column for image. If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y – Whether to add image to secondary y-axis

  • exclude_empty_subplots – If True, image will not be added to subplots without traces.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_mesh3d(alphahull=None, autocolorscale=None, cauto=None, cmax=None, cmid=None, cmin=None, color=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, contour=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, delaunayaxis=None, facecolor=None, facecolorsrc=None, flatshading=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, i=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, intensity=None, intensitymode=None, intensitysrc=None, isrc=None, j=None, jsrc=None, k=None, ksrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, lighting=None, lightposition=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, reversescale=None, scene=None, showlegend=None, showscale=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, vertexcolor=None, vertexcolorsrc=None, visible=None, x=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xsrc=None, y=None, ycalendar=None, yhoverformat=None, ysrc=None, z=None, zcalendar=None, zhoverformat=None, zsrc=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Mesh3d trace

Draws sets of triangles with coordinates given by three 1-dimensional arrays in x, y, z and (1) a sets of i, j, k indices (2) Delaunay triangulation or (3) the Alpha- shape algorithm or (4) the Convex-hull algorithm

Parameters
  • alphahull – Determines how the mesh surface triangles are derived from the set of vertices (points) represented by the x, y and z arrays, if the i, j, k arrays are not supplied. For general use of mesh3d it is preferred that i, j, k are supplied. If “-1”, Delaunay triangulation is used, which is mainly suitable if the mesh is a single, more or less layer surface that is perpendicular to delaunayaxis. In case the delaunayaxis intersects the mesh surface at more than one point it will result triangles that are very long in the dimension of delaunayaxis. If “>0”, the alpha-shape algorithm is used. In this case, the positive alphahull value signals the use of the alpha-shape algorithm, _and_ its value acts as the parameter for the mesh fitting. If 0, the convex-hull algorithm is used. It is suitable for convex bodies or if the intention is to enclose the x, y and z point set into a convex hull.

  • autocolorscale – Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by colorscale. In case colorscale is unspecified or autocolorscale is true, the default palette will be chosen according to whether numbers in the color array are all positive, all negative or mixed.

  • cauto – Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here intensity) or the bounds set in cmin and cmax Defaults to false when cmin and cmax are set by the user.

  • cmax – Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as intensity and if set, cmin must be set as well.

  • cmid – Sets the mid-point of the color domain by scaling cmin and/or cmax to be equidistant to this point. Value should have the same units as intensity. Has no effect when cauto is false.

  • cmin – Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as intensity and if set, cmax must be set as well.

  • color – Sets the color of the whole mesh

  • coloraxis – Sets a reference to a shared color axis. References to these shared color axes are “coloraxis”, “coloraxis2”, “coloraxis3”, etc. Settings for these shared color axes are set in the layout, under layout.coloraxis, layout.coloraxis2, etc. Note that multiple color scales can be linked to the same color axis.

  • colorbarplotly.graph_objects.mesh3d.ColorBar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscale – Sets the colorscale. The colorscale must be an array containing arrays mapping a normalized value to an rgb, rgba, hex, hsl, hsv, or named color string. At minimum, a mapping for the lowest (0) and highest (1) values are required. For example, [[0, 'rgb(0,0,255)'], [1, 'rgb(255,0,0)']]. To control the bounds of the colorscale in color space, use`cmin` and cmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Blackbody,Bluered,Blues,C ividis,Earth,Electric,Greens,Greys,Hot,Jet,Picnic,Portl and,Rainbow,RdBu,Reds,Viridis,YlGnBu,YlOrRd.

  • contourplotly.graph_objects.mesh3d.Contour instance or dict with compatible properties

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • delaunayaxis – Sets the Delaunay axis, which is the axis that is perpendicular to the surface of the Delaunay triangulation. It has an effect if i, j, k are not provided and alphahull is set to indicate Delaunay triangulation.

  • facecolor – Sets the color of each face Overrides “color” and “vertexcolor”.

  • facecolorsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for facecolor .

  • flatshading – Determines whether or not normal smoothing is applied to the meshes, creating meshes with an angular, low- poly look via flat reflections.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.mesh3d.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • i – A vector of vertex indices, i.e. integer values between 0 and the length of the vertex vectors, representing the “first” vertex of a triangle. For example, {i[m], j[m], k[m]} together represent face m (triangle m) in the mesh, where i[m] = n points to the triplet {x[n], y[n], z[n]} in the vertex arrays. Therefore, each element in i represents a point in space, which is the first vertex of a triangle.

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • intensity – Sets the intensity values for vertices or cells as defined by intensitymode. It can be used for plotting fields on meshes.

  • intensitymode – Determines the source of intensity values.

  • intensitysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for intensity .

  • isrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for i .

  • j – A vector of vertex indices, i.e. integer values between 0 and the length of the vertex vectors, representing the “second” vertex of a triangle. For example, {i[m], j[m], k[m]} together represent face m (triangle m) in the mesh, where j[m] = n points to the triplet {x[n], y[n], z[n]} in the vertex arrays. Therefore, each element in j represents a point in space, which is the second vertex of a triangle.

  • jsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for j .

  • k – A vector of vertex indices, i.e. integer values between 0 and the length of the vertex vectors, representing the “third” vertex of a triangle. For example, {i[m], j[m], k[m]} together represent face m (triangle m) in the mesh, where k[m] = n points to the triplet {x[n], y[n], z[n]} in the vertex arrays. Therefore, each element in k represents a point in space, which is the third vertex of a triangle.

  • ksrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for k .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.mesh3d.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lightingplotly.graph_objects.mesh3d.Lighting instance or dict with compatible properties

  • lightpositionplotly.graph_objects.mesh3d.Lightposition instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the surface. Please note that in the case of using high opacity values for example a value greater than or equal to 0.5 on two surfaces (and 0.25 with four surfaces), an overlay of multiple transparent surfaces may not perfectly be sorted in depth by the webgl API. This behavior may be improved in the near future and is subject to change.

  • reversescale – Reverses the color mapping if true. If true, cmin will correspond to the last color in the array and cmax will correspond to the first color.

  • scene – Sets a reference between this trace’s 3D coordinate system and a 3D scene. If “scene” (the default value), the (x,y,z) coordinates refer to layout.scene. If “scene2”, the (x,y,z) coordinates refer to layout.scene2, and so on.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • showscale – Determines whether or not a colorbar is displayed for this trace.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.mesh3d.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets the text elements associated with the vertices. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • vertexcolor – Sets the color of each vertex Overrides “color”. While Red, green and blue colors are in the range of 0 and 255; in the case of having vertex color data in RGBA format, the alpha color should be normalized to be between 0 and 1.

  • vertexcolorsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for vertexcolor .

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the X coordinates of the vertices. The nth element of vectors x, y and z jointly represent the X, Y and Z coordinates of the nth vertex.

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • y – Sets the Y coordinates of the vertices. The nth element of vectors x, y and z jointly represent the X, Y and Z coordinates of the nth vertex.

  • ycalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with y date data.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • z – Sets the Z coordinates of the vertices. The nth element of vectors x, y and z jointly represent the X, Y and Z coordinates of the nth vertex.

  • zcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with z date data.

  • zhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor z using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using zaxis.hoverformat.

  • zsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for z .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_ohlc(close=None, closesrc=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, decreasing=None, high=None, highsrc=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, increasing=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, line=None, low=None, lowsrc=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, open=None, opensrc=None, selectedpoints=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, tickwidth=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, xaxis=None, xcalendar=None, xhoverformat=None, xperiod=None, xperiod0=None, xperiodalignment=None, xsrc=None, yaxis=None, yhoverformat=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Ohlc trace

The ohlc (short for Open-High-Low-Close) is a style of financial chart describing open, high, low and close for a given x coordinate (most likely time). The tip of the lines represent the low and high values and the horizontal segments represent the open and close values. Sample points where the close value is higher (lower) then the open value are called increasing (decreasing). By default, increasing items are drawn in green whereas decreasing are drawn in red.

Parameters
  • close – Sets the close values.

  • closesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for close .

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • decreasingplotly.graph_objects.ohlc.Decreasing instance or dict with compatible properties

  • high – Sets the high values.

  • highsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for high .

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.ohlc.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertext – Same as text.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • increasingplotly.graph_objects.ohlc.Increasing instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.ohlc.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.ohlc.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • low – Sets the low values.

  • lowsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for low .

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • open – Sets the open values.

  • opensrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for open .

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.ohlc.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets hover text elements associated with each sample point. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to this trace’s sample points.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • tickwidth – Sets the width of the open/close tick marks relative to the “x” minimal interval.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the x coordinates. If absent, linear coordinate will be generated.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xcalendar – Sets the calendar system to use with x date data.

  • xhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor x using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using xaxis.hoverformat.

  • xperiod – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the period positioning in milliseconds or “M<n>” on the x axis. Special values in the form of “M<n>” could be used to declare the number of months. In this case n must be a positive integer.

  • xperiod0 – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the base for period positioning in milliseconds or date string on the x0 axis. When x0period is round number of weeks, the x0period0 by default would be on a Sunday i.e. 2000-01-02, otherwise it would be at 2000-01-01.

  • xperiodalignment – Only relevant when the axis type is “date”. Sets the alignment of data points on the x axis.

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • yhoverformat – Sets the hover text formatting rulefor y using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format. And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format. We add two items to d3’s date formatter: “%h” for half of the year as a decimal number as well as “%{n}f” for fractional seconds with n digits. For example, 2016-10-13 09:15:23.456 with tickformat “%H~%M~%S.%2f” would display *09~15~23.46*By default the values are formatted using yaxis.hoverformat.

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_parcats(arrangement=None, bundlecolors=None, counts=None, countssrc=None, dimensions=None, dimensiondefaults=None, domain=None, hoverinfo=None, hoveron=None, hovertemplate=None, labelfont=None, legendgrouptitle=None, line=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, sortpaths=None, stream=None, tickfont=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Parcats trace

Parallel categories diagram for multidimensional categorical data.

Parameters
  • arrangement – Sets the drag interaction mode for categories and dimensions. If perpendicular, the categories can only move along a line perpendicular to the paths. If freeform, the categories can freely move on the plane. If fixed, the categories and dimensions are stationary.

  • bundlecolors – Sort paths so that like colors are bundled together within each category.

  • counts – The number of observations represented by each state. Defaults to 1 so that each state represents one observation

  • countssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for counts .

  • dimensions – The dimensions (variables) of the parallel categories diagram.

  • dimensiondefaults – When used in a template (as layout.template.data.parcats.dimensiondefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of parcats.dimensions

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.parcats.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoveron – Sets the hover interaction mode for the parcats diagram. If category, hover interaction take place per category. If color, hover interactions take place per color per category. If dimension, hover interactions take place across all categories per dimension.

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables count, probability, category, categorycount, colorcount and bandcolorcount. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • labelfont – Sets the font for the dimension labels.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.parcats.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.parcats.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • sortpaths – Sets the path sorting algorithm. If forward, sort paths based on dimension categories from left to right. If backward, sort paths based on dimensions categories from right to left.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.parcats.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • tickfont – Sets the font for the category labels.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_parcoords(customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, dimensions=None, dimensiondefaults=None, domain=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, labelangle=None, labelfont=None, labelside=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, line=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, rangefont=None, stream=None, tickfont=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Parcoords trace

Parallel coordinates for multidimensional exploratory data analysis. The samples are specified in dimensions. The colors are set in line.color.

Parameters
  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • dimensions – The dimensions (variables) of the parallel coordinates chart. 2..60 dimensions are supported.

  • dimensiondefaults – When used in a template (as layout.template.data.parcoords.dimensiondefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of parcoords.dimensions

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.parcoords.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • labelangle – Sets the angle of the labels with respect to the horizontal. For example, a tickangle of -90 draws the labels vertically. Tilted labels with “labelangle” may be positioned better inside margins when labelposition is set to “bottom”.

  • labelfont – Sets the font for the dimension labels.

  • labelside – Specifies the location of the label. “top” positions labels above, next to the title “bottom” positions labels below the graph Tilted labels with “labelangle” may be positioned better inside margins when labelposition is set to “bottom”.

  • legendgrouptitle – :class:`plotly.graph_objects.parcoords.Legendgrouptitle ` instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • lineplotly.graph_objects.parcoords.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • rangefont – Sets the font for the dimension range values.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.parcoords.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • tickfont – Sets the font for the dimension tick values.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_pie(automargin=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, direction=None, dlabel=None, domain=None, hole=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, insidetextfont=None, insidetextorientation=None, label0=None, labels=None, labelssrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, outsidetextfont=None, pull=None, pullsrc=None, rotation=None, scalegroup=None, showlegend=None, sort=None, stream=None, text=None, textfont=None, textinfo=None, textposition=None, textpositionsrc=None, textsrc=None, texttemplate=None, texttemplatesrc=None, title=None, titlefont=None, titleposition=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, values=None, valuessrc=None, visible=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Pie trace

A data visualized by the sectors of the pie is set in values. The sector labels are set in labels. The sector colors are set in marker.colors

Parameters
  • automargin – Determines whether outside text labels can push the margins.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • direction – Specifies the direction at which succeeding sectors follow one another.

  • dlabel – Sets the label step. See label0 for more info.

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.pie.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hole – Sets the fraction of the radius to cut out of the pie. Use this to make a donut chart.

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.pie.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}” as well as %{xother}, {%_xother}, {%_xother_}, {%xother_}. When showing info for several points, “xother” will be added to those with different x positions from the first point. An underscore before or after “(x|y)other” will add a space on that side, only when this field is shown. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables label, color, value, percent and text. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

  • hovertemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertemplate .

  • hovertext – Sets hover text elements associated with each sector. If a single string, the same string appears for all data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order of this trace’s sectors. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

  • hovertextsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hovertext .

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • insidetextfont – Sets the font used for textinfo lying inside the sector.

  • insidetextorientation – Controls the orientation of the text inside chart sectors. When set to “auto”, text may be oriented in any direction in order to be as big as possible in the middle of a sector. The “horizontal” option orients text to be parallel with the bottom of the chart, and may make text smaller in order to achieve that goal. The “radial” option orients text along the radius of the sector. The “tangential” option orients text perpendicular to the radius of the sector.

  • label0 – Alternate to labels. Builds a numeric set of labels. Use with dlabel where label0 is the starting label and dlabel the step.

  • labels – Sets the sector labels. If labels entries are duplicated, we sum associated values or simply count occurrences if values is not provided. For other array attributes (including color) we use the first non-empty entry among all occurrences of the label.

  • labelssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for labels .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.pie.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.pie.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • outsidetextfont – Sets the font used for textinfo lying outside the sector.

  • pull – Sets the fraction of larger radius to pull the sectors out from the center. This can be a constant to pull all slices apart from each other equally or an array to highlight one or more slices.

  • pullsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for pull .

  • rotation – Instead of the first slice starting at 12 o’clock, rotate to some other angle.

  • scalegroup – If there are multiple pie charts that should be sized according to their totals, link them by providing a non-empty group id here shared by every trace in the same group.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • sort – Determines whether or not the sectors are reordered from largest to smallest.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.pie.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets text elements associated with each sector. If trace textinfo contains a “text” flag, these elements will be seen on the chart. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textfont – Sets the font used for textinfo.

  • textinfo – Determines which trace information appear on the graph.

  • textposition – Specifies the location of the textinfo.

  • textpositionsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for textposition .

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • texttemplate – Template string used for rendering the information text that appear on points. Note that this will override textinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time-format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-time- format/tree/v2.2.3#locale_format for details on the date formatting syntax. Every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables label, color, value, percent and text.

  • texttemplatesrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for texttemplate .

  • titleplotly.graph_objects.pie.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

  • titlefont – Deprecated: Please use pie.title.font instead. Sets the font used for title. Note that the title’s font used to be set by the now deprecated titlefont attribute.

  • titleposition – Deprecated: Please use pie.title.position instead. Specifies the location of the title. Note that the title’s position used to be set by the now deprecated titleposition attribute.

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • values – Sets the values of the sectors. If omitted, we count occurrences of each label.

  • valuessrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for values .

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_pointcloud(customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, indices=None, indicessrc=None, legendgroup=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, marker=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, showlegend=None, stream=None, text=None, textsrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, x=None, xaxis=None, xbounds=None, xboundssrc=None, xsrc=None, xy=None, xysrc=None, y=None, yaxis=None, ybounds=None, yboundssrc=None, ysrc=None, row=None, col=None, secondary_y=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Pointcloud trace

“pointcloud” trace is deprecated! Please consider switching to the “scattergl” trace type. The data visualized as a point cloud set in x and y using the WebGl plotting engine.

Parameters
  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.pointcloud.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • indices – A sequential value, 0..n, supply it to avoid creating this array inside plotting. If specified, it must be a typed Int32Array array. Its length must be equal to or greater than the number of points. For the best performance and memory use, create one large indices typed array that is guaranteed to be at least as long as the largest number of points during use, and reuse it on each Plotly.restyle() call.

  • indicessrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for indices .

  • legendgroup – Sets the legend group for this trace. Traces part of the same legend group hide/show at the same time when toggling legend items.

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.pointcloud.Legendgrouptitl e instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • markerplotly.graph_objects.pointcloud.Marker instance or dict with compatible properties

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • showlegend – Determines whether or not an item corresponding to this trace is shown in the legend.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.pointcloud.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • text – Sets text elements associated with each (x,y) pair. If a single string, the same string appears over all the data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order to the this trace’s (x,y) coordinates. If trace hoverinfo contains a “text” flag and “hovertext” is not set, these elements will be seen in the hover labels.

  • textsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for text .

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • x – Sets the x coordinates.

  • xaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s x coordinates and a 2D cartesian x axis. If “x” (the default value), the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis. If “x2”, the x coordinates refer to layout.xaxis2, and so on.

  • xbounds – Specify xbounds in the shape of [xMin, xMax] to avoid looping through the `xy typed array. Use it in conjunction with xy and ybounds for the performance benefits.

  • xboundssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for xbounds .

  • xsrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for x .

  • xy – Faster alternative to specifying x and y separately. If supplied, it must be a typed Float32Array array that represents points such that xy[i * 2] = x[i] and xy[i * 2 + 1] = y[i]

  • xysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for xy .

  • y – Sets the y coordinates.

  • yaxis – Sets a reference between this trace’s y coordinates and a 2D cartesian y axis. If “y” (the default value), the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis. If “y2”, the y coordinates refer to layout.yaxis2, and so on.

  • ybounds – Specify ybounds in the shape of [yMin, yMax] to avoid looping through the `xy typed array. Use it in conjunction with xy and xbounds for the performance benefits.

  • yboundssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ybounds .

  • ysrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for y .

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all columns in the specified row(s).

  • secondary_y (boolean or None (default None)) –

    If True, associate this trace with the secondary y-axis of the subplot at the specified row and col. Only valid if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

    • The figure was created using plotly.subplots.make_subplots.

    • The row and col arguments are not None

    • The subplot at the specified row and col has type xy (which is the default) and secondary_y True. These properties are specified in the specs argument to make_subplots. See the make_subplots docstring for more info.

Returns

Return type

Figure

add_sankey(arrangement=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, domain=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverlabel=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, legendgrouptitle=None, legendrank=None, link=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, node=None, orientation=None, selectedpoints=None, stream=None, textfont=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, valueformat=None, valuesuffix=None, visible=None, row=None, col=None, **kwargs)

Add a new Sankey trace

Sankey plots for network flow data analysis. The nodes are specified in nodes and the links between sources and targets in links. The colors are set in nodes[i].color and links[i].color, otherwise defaults are used.

Parameters
  • arrangement – If value is snap (the default), the node arrangement is assisted by automatic snapping of elements to preserve space between nodes specified via nodepad. If value is perpendicular, the nodes can only move along a line perpendicular to the flow. If value is freeform, the nodes can freely move on the plane. If value is fixed, the nodes are stationary.

  • customdata – Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, “scatter” traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for customdata .

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.sankey.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

  • hoverinfo – Determines which trace information appear on hover. If none or skip are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if none is set, click and hover events are still fired. Note that this attribute is superseded by node.hoverinfo and node.hoverinfo for nodes and links respectively.

  • hoverlabelplotly.graph_objects.sankey.Hoverlabel instance or dict with compatible properties

  • ids – Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ids .

  • legendgrouptitleplotly.graph_objects.sankey.Legendgrouptitle instance or dict with compatible properties

  • legendrank – Sets the legend rank for this trace. Items and groups with smaller ranks are presented on top/left side while with *reversed* `legend.traceorder they are on bottom/right side. The default legendrank is 1000, so that you can use ranks less than 1000 to place certain items before all unranked items, and ranks greater than 1000 to go after all unranked items.

  • link – The links of the Sankey plot.

  • meta – Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace name, graph, axis and colorbar title.text, annotation text rangeselector, updatemenues and sliders label text all support meta. To access the trace meta values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use %{meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta item in question. To access trace meta in layout attributes, use %{data[n[.meta[i]} where i is the index or key of the meta and n is the trace index.

  • metasrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for meta .

  • name – Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • node – The nodes of the Sankey plot.

  • orientation – Sets the orientation of the Sankey diagram.

  • selectedpoints – Array containing integer indices of selected points. Has an effect only for traces that support selections. Note that an empty array means an empty selection where the unselected are turned on for all points, whereas, any other non-array values means no selection all where the selected and unselected styles have no effect.

  • streamplotly.graph_objects.sankey.Stream instance or dict with compatible properties

  • textfont – Sets the font for node labels

  • uid – Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision – Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: constraintrange in parcoords traces, as well as some editable: true modifications such as name and colorbar.title. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by layout attributes: trace.visible is controlled by layout.legend.uirevision, selectedpoints is controlled by layout.selectionrevision, and colorbar.(x|y) (accessible with config: {editable: true}) is controlled by layout.editrevision. Trace changes are tracked by uid, which only falls back on trace index if no uid is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the data array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a uid that stays with it as it moves.

  • valueformat – Sets the value formatting rule using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-format/tree/v1.4.5#d3-format.

  • valuesuffix – Adds a unit to follow the value in the hover tooltip. Add a space if a separation is necessary from the value.

  • visible – Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If “legendonly”, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

  • row ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot row index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using plotly.tools.make_subplots.If ‘all’, addresses all rows in the specified column(s).

  • col ('all', int or None (default)) – Subplot col index (starting from 1) for the trace to be added. Only valid if figure was created using <