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Python Figure Reference: layout.yaxis

  • yaxis
    Code: fig.update_yaxes(...)
    Type: dict containing one or more of the keys listed below.
    • visible
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(visible=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      A single toggle to hide the axis while preserving interaction like dragging. Default is True when a cheater plot is present on the axis, otherwise False

    • color
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(color=<VALUE>)
      Type: color
      Default: "#444"

      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.

    • title
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(title=dict(...))
      Type: dict containing one or more of the keys listed below.
      • text
        Code: fig.update_yaxes(title_text=<VALUE>)
        Type: string

        Sets the title of this axis. Note that before the existence of `title.text`, the title's contents used to be defined as the `title` attribute itself. This behavior has been deprecated.

      • font
        Code: fig.update_yaxes(title_font=dict(...))
        Type: dict containing one or more of the keys listed below.

        Sets this axis' title font. Note that the title's font used to be customized by the now deprecated `titlefont` attribute.

        • family
          Code: fig.update_yaxes(title_font_family=<VALUE>)
          Type: string

          HTML font family - the typeface that will be applied by the web browser. The web browser will only be able to apply a font if it is available on the system which it operates. Provide multiple font families, separated by commas, to indicate the preference in which to apply fonts if they aren't available on the system. The Chart Studio Cloud (at https://chart-studio.plotly.com or on-premise) generates images on a server, where only a select number of fonts are installed and supported. These include "Arial", "Balto", "Courier New", "Droid Sans",, "Droid Serif", "Droid Sans Mono", "Gravitas One", "Old Standard TT", "Open Sans", "Overpass", "PT Sans Narrow", "Raleway", "Times New Roman".

        • size
          Code: fig.update_yaxes(title_font_size=<VALUE>)
          Type: number greater than or equal to 1
        • color
          Code: fig.update_yaxes(title_font_color=<VALUE>)
          Type: color
      • standoff
        Code: fig.update_yaxes(title_standoff=<VALUE>)
        Type: number greater than or equal to 0

        Sets the standoff distance (in px) between the axis labels and the title text The default value is a function of the axis tick labels, the title `font.size` and the axis `linewidth`. Note that the axis title position is always constrained within the margins, so the actual standoff distance is always less than the set or default value. By setting `standoff` and turning on `automargin`, plotly.js will push the margins to fit the axis title at given standoff distance.

    • type
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(type=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "-" | "linear" | "log" | "date" | "category" | "multicategory" )
      Default: "-"

      Sets the axis type. By default, plotly attempts to determined the axis type by looking into the data of the traces that referenced the axis in question.

    • autorange
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(autorange=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( True | False | "reversed" )
      Default: True

      Determines whether or not the range of this axis is computed in relation to the input data. See `rangemode` for more info. If `range` is provided, then `autorange` is set to "False".

    • rangemode
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(rangemode=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "normal" | "tozero" | "nonnegative" )
      Default: "normal"

      If "normal", the range is computed in relation to the extrema of the input data. If "tozero"`, the range extends to 0, regardless of the input data If "nonnegative", the range is non-negative, regardless of the input data. Applies only to linear axes.

    • range
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(range=<VALUE>)
      Type: list

      Sets the range of this axis. If the axis `type` is "log", then you must take the log of your desired range (e.g. to set the range from 1 to 100, set the range from 0 to 2). 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.

    • fixedrange
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(fixedrange=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      Determines whether or not this axis is zoom-able. If True, then zoom is disabled.

    • scaleanchor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(scaleanchor=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "/^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" | "/^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" )

      If set to another axis id (e.g. `x2`, `y`), the range of this axis changes together with the range of the corresponding axis such that the scale of pixels per unit is in a constant ratio. Both axes are still zoomable, but when you zoom one, the other will zoom the same amount, keeping a fixed midpoint. `constrain` and `constraintoward` determine how we enforce the constraint. You can chain these, ie `yaxis: {scaleanchor: "x"}, xaxis2: {scaleanchor: "y"}` but you can only link axes of the same `type`. The linked axis can have the opposite letter (to constrain the aspect ratio) or the same letter (to match scales across subplots). Loops (`yaxis: {scaleanchor: "x"}, xaxis: {scaleanchor: "y"}` or longer) are redundant and the last constraint encountered will be ignored to avoid possible inconsistent constraints via `scaleratio`. Note that setting axes simultaneously in both a `scaleanchor` and a `matches` constraint is currently forbidden.

    • scaleratio
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(scaleratio=<VALUE>)
      Type: number greater than or equal to 0
      Default: 1

      If this axis is linked to another by `scaleanchor`, this determines the pixel to unit scale ratio. For example, if this value is 10, then every unit on this axis spans 10 times the number of pixels as a unit on the linked axis. Use this for example to create an elevation profile where the vertical scale is exaggerated a fixed amount with respect to the horizontal.

    • constrain
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(constrain=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "range" | "domain" )
      Default: "range"

      If this axis needs to be compressed (either due to its own `scaleanchor` and `scaleratio` or those of the other axis), determines how that happens: by increasing the "range" (default), or by decreasing the "domain".

    • constraintoward
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(constraintoward=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "left" | "center" | "right" | "top" | "middle" | "bottom" )

      If this axis needs to be compressed (either due to its own `scaleanchor` and `scaleratio` or those of the other axis), determines which direction we push the originally specified plot area. Options are "left", "center" (default), and "right" for x axes, and "top", "middle" (default), and "bottom" for y axes.

    • matches
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(matches=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "/^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" | "/^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" )

      If set to another axis id (e.g. `x2`, `y`), the range of this axis will match the range of the corresponding axis in data-coordinates space. Moreover, matching axes share auto-range values, category lists and histogram auto-bins. Note that setting axes simultaneously in both a `scaleanchor` and a `matches` constraint is currently forbidden. Moreover, note that matching axes must have the same `type`.

    • rangebreaks
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(rangebreaks=list(...))
      Type: list of dict where each dict has one or more of the keys listed below.
      • enabled
        Parent: layout.yaxis.rangebreaks[]
        Type: boolean
        Default: True

        Determines whether this axis rangebreak is enabled or disabled. Please note that `rangebreaks` only work for "date" axis type.

      • bounds
        Parent: layout.yaxis.rangebreaks[]
        Type: list

        Sets the lower and upper bounds of this axis rangebreak. Can be used with `pattern`.

      • pattern
        Parent: layout.yaxis.rangebreaks[]
        Type: enumerated , one of ( "day of week" | "hour" | "" )

        Determines a pattern on the time line that generates breaks. If "day of week" - days of the week in English e.g. 'Sunday' or `sun` (matching is case-insensitive and considers only the first three characters), as well as Sunday-based integers between 0 and 6. If "hour" - hour (24-hour clock) as decimal numbers between 0 and 24. for more info. Examples: - { pattern: 'day of week', bounds: [6, 1] } or simply { bounds: ['sat', 'mon'] } breaks from Saturday to Monday (i.e. skips the weekends). - { pattern: 'hour', bounds: [17, 8] } breaks from 5pm to 8am (i.e. skips non-work hours).

      • values
        Parent: layout.yaxis.rangebreaks[]
        Type: list

        Sets the coordinate values corresponding to the rangebreaks. An alternative to `bounds`. Use `dvalue` to set the size of the values along the axis.

      • dvalue
        Parent: layout.yaxis.rangebreaks[]
        Type: number greater than or equal to 0
        Default: 86400000

        Sets the size of each `values` item. The default is one day in milliseconds.

      • name
        Parent: layout.yaxis.rangebreaks[]
        Type: string

        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.

      • templateitemname
        Parent: layout.yaxis.rangebreaks[]
        Type: string

        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`.

    • tickmode
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickmode=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "auto" | "linear" | "array" )

      Sets the tick mode for this axis. If "auto", the number of ticks is set via `nticks`. If "linear", the placement of the ticks is determined by a starting position `tick0` and a tick step `dtick` ("linear" is the default value if `tick0` and `dtick` are provided). If "array", the placement of the ticks is set via `tickvals` and the tick text is `ticktext`. ("array" is the default value if `tickvals` is provided).

    • nticks
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(nticks=<VALUE>)
      Type: integer greater than or equal to 0
      Default: 0

      Specifies the maximum number of ticks for the particular axis. The actual number of ticks will be chosen automatically to be less than or equal to `nticks`. Has an effect only if `tickmode` is set to "auto".

    • tick0
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tick0=<VALUE>)
      Type: number or categorical coordinate string

      Sets the placement of the first tick on this axis. Use with `dtick`. If the axis `type` is "log", then you must take the log of your starting tick (e.g. to set the starting tick to 100, set the `tick0` to 2) except when `dtick`="L<f>" (see `dtick` for more info). If the axis `type` is "date", it should be a date string, like date data. If the axis `type` is "category", it should be a number, using the scale where each category is assigned a serial number from zero in the order it appears.

    • dtick
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(dtick=<VALUE>)
      Type: number or categorical coordinate string

      Sets the step in-between ticks on this axis. Use with `tick0`. Must be a positive number, or special strings available to "log" and "date" axes. If the axis `type` is "log", then ticks are set every 10^(n"dtick) where n is the tick number. For example, to set a tick mark at 1, 10, 100, 1000, ... set dtick to 1. To set tick marks at 1, 100, 10000, ... set dtick to 2. To set tick marks at 1, 5, 25, 125, 625, 3125, ... set dtick to log_10(5), or 0.69897000433. "log" has several special values; "L<f>", where `f` is a positive number, gives ticks linearly spaced in value (but not position). For example `tick0` = 0.1, `dtick` = "L0.5" will put ticks at 0.1, 0.6, 1.1, 1.6 etc. To show powers of 10 plus small digits between, use "D1" (all digits) or "D2" (only 2 and 5). `tick0` is ignored for "D1" and "D2". If the axis `type` is "date", then you must convert the time to milliseconds. For example, to set the interval between ticks to one day, set `dtick` to 86400000.0. "date" also has special values "M<n>" gives ticks spaced by a number of months. `n` must be a positive integer. To set ticks on the 15th of every third month, set `tick0` to "2000-01-15" and `dtick` to "M3". To set ticks every 4 years, set `dtick` to "M48"

    • tickvals
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickvals=<VALUE>)
      Type: list, numpy array, or Pandas series of numbers, strings, or datetimes.

      Sets the values at which ticks on this axis appear. Only has an effect if `tickmode` is set to "array". Used with `ticktext`.

    • ticktext
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(ticktext=<VALUE>)
      Type: list, numpy array, or Pandas series of numbers, strings, or datetimes.

      Sets the text displayed at the ticks position via `tickvals`. Only has an effect if `tickmode` is set to "array". Used with `tickvals`.

    • ticks
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(ticks=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "outside" | "inside" | "" )

      Determines whether ticks are drawn or not. If "", this axis' ticks are not drawn. If "outside" ("inside"), this axis' are drawn outside (inside) the axis lines.

    • tickson
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickson=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "labels" | "boundaries" )
      Default: "labels"

      Determines where ticks and grid lines are drawn with respect to their corresponding tick labels. Only has an effect for axes of `type` "category" or "multicategory". When set to "boundaries", ticks and grid lines are drawn half a category to the left/bottom of labels.

    • ticklabelmode
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(ticklabelmode=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "instant" | "period" )
      Default: "instant"

      Determines where tick labels are drawn with respect to their corresponding ticks and grid lines. Only has an effect for axes of `type` "date" When set to "period", tick labels are drawn in the middle of the period between ticks.

    • mirror
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(mirror=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( True | "ticks" | False | "all" | "allticks" )

      Determines if the axis lines or/and ticks are mirrored to the opposite side of the plotting area. If "True", the axis lines are mirrored. If "ticks", the axis lines and ticks are mirrored. If "False", mirroring is disable. If "all", axis lines are mirrored on all shared-axes subplots. If "allticks", axis lines and ticks are mirrored on all shared-axes subplots.

    • ticklen
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(ticklen=<VALUE>)
      Type: number greater than or equal to 0
      Default: 5

      Sets the tick length (in px).

    • tickwidth
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickwidth=<VALUE>)
      Type: number greater than or equal to 0
      Default: 1

      Sets the tick width (in px).

    • tickcolor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickcolor=<VALUE>)
      Type: color
      Default: "#444"

      Sets the tick color.

    • showticklabels
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showticklabels=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean
      Default: True

      Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    • automargin
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(automargin=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      Determines whether long tick labels automatically grow the figure margins.

    • showspikes
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showspikes=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      Determines whether or not spikes (aka droplines) are drawn for this axis. Note: This only takes affect when hovermode = closest

    • spikecolor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(spikecolor=<VALUE>)
      Type: color

      Sets the spike color. If undefined, will use the series color

    • spikethickness
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(spikethickness=<VALUE>)
      Type: number
      Default: 3

      Sets the width (in px) of the zero line.

    • spikedash
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(spikedash=<VALUE>)
      Type: string
      Default: "dash"

      Sets the dash style of lines. Set to a dash type string ("solid", "dot", "dash", "longdash", "dashdot", or "longdashdot") or a dash length list in px (eg "5px,10px,2px,2px").

    • spikemode
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(spikemode=<VALUE>)
      Type: flaglist string. Any combination of "toaxis", "across", "marker" joined with a "+"
      Examples: "toaxis", "across", "toaxis+across", "toaxis+across+marker"
      Default: "toaxis"

      Determines the drawing mode for the spike line If "toaxis", the line is drawn from the data point to the axis the series is plotted on. If "across", the line is drawn across the entire plot area, and supercedes "toaxis". If "marker", then a marker dot is drawn on the axis the series is plotted on

    • spikesnap
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(spikesnap=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "data" | "cursor" | "hovered data" )
      Default: "data"

      Determines whether spikelines are stuck to the cursor or to the closest datapoints.

    • tickfont
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickfont=dict(...))
      Type: dict containing one or more of the keys listed below.

      Sets the tick font.

      • family
        Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickfont_family=<VALUE>)
        Type: string

        HTML font family - the typeface that will be applied by the web browser. The web browser will only be able to apply a font if it is available on the system which it operates. Provide multiple font families, separated by commas, to indicate the preference in which to apply fonts if they aren't available on the system. The Chart Studio Cloud (at https://chart-studio.plotly.com or on-premise) generates images on a server, where only a select number of fonts are installed and supported. These include "Arial", "Balto", "Courier New", "Droid Sans",, "Droid Serif", "Droid Sans Mono", "Gravitas One", "Old Standard TT", "Open Sans", "Overpass", "PT Sans Narrow", "Raleway", "Times New Roman".

      • size
        Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickfont_size=<VALUE>)
        Type: number greater than or equal to 1
      • color
        Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickfont_color=<VALUE>)
        Type: color
    • tickangle
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickangle=<VALUE>)
      Type: angle
      Default: "auto"

      Sets the angle of the tick labels with respect to the horizontal. For example, a `tickangle` of -90 draws the tick labels vertically.

    • tickprefix
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickprefix=<VALUE>)
      Type: string
      Default: ""

      Sets a tick label prefix.

    • showtickprefix
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showtickprefix=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "all" | "first" | "last" | "none" )
      Default: "all"

      If "all", all tick labels are displayed with a prefix. If "first", only the first tick is displayed with a prefix. If "last", only the last tick is displayed with a suffix. If "none", tick prefixes are hidden.

    • ticksuffix
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(ticksuffix=<VALUE>)
      Type: string
      Default: ""

      Sets a tick label suffix.

    • showticksuffix
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showticksuffix=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "all" | "first" | "last" | "none" )
      Default: "all"

      Same as `showtickprefix` but for tick suffixes.

    • showexponent
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showexponent=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "all" | "first" | "last" | "none" )
      Default: "all"

      If "all", all exponents are shown besides their significands. If "first", only the exponent of the first tick is shown. If "last", only the exponent of the last tick is shown. If "none", no exponents appear.

    • exponentformat
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(exponentformat=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "none" | "e" | "E" | "power" | "SI" | "B" )
      Default: "B"

      Determines a formatting rule for the tick exponents. For example, consider the number 1,000,000,000. If "none", it appears as 1,000,000,000. If "e", 1e+9. If "E", 1E+9. If "power", 1x10^9 (with 9 in a super script). If "SI", 1G. If "B", 1B.

    • minexponent
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(minexponent=<VALUE>)
      Type: number greater than or equal to 0
      Default: 3

      Hide SI prefix for 10^n if |n| is below this number. This only has an effect when `tickformat` is "SI" or "B".

    • separatethousands
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(separatethousands=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      If "True", even 4-digit integers are separated

    • tickformat
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickformat=<VALUE>)
      Type: string
      Default: ""

      Sets the tick label formatting rule using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-3.x-api-reference/blob/master/Formatting.md#d3_format And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time-format#locale_format We add one item to d3's date formatter: "%{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"

    • tickformatstops
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(tickformatstops=list(...))
      Type: list of dict where each dict has one or more of the keys listed below.
      • enabled
        Parent: layout.yaxis.tickformatstops[]
        Type: boolean
        Default: True

        Determines whether or not this stop is used. If `False`, this stop is ignored even within its `dtickrange`.

      • dtickrange
        Parent: layout.yaxis.tickformatstops[]
        Type: list

        range ["min", "max"], where "min", "max" - dtick values which describe some zoom level, it is possible to omit "min" or "max" value by passing "null"

      • value
        Parent: layout.yaxis.tickformatstops[]
        Type: string
        Default: ""

        string - dtickformat for described zoom level, the same as "tickformat"

      • name
        Parent: layout.yaxis.tickformatstops[]
        Type: string

        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.

      • templateitemname
        Parent: layout.yaxis.tickformatstops[]
        Type: string

        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`.

    • hoverformat
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(hoverformat=<VALUE>)
      Type: string
      Default: ""

      Sets the hover text formatting rule using d3 formatting mini-languages which are very similar to those in Python. For numbers, see: https://github.com/d3/d3-3.x-api-reference/blob/master/Formatting.md#d3_format And for dates see: https://github.com/d3/d3-time-format#locale_format We add one item to d3's date formatter: "%{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"

    • showline
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showline=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      Determines whether or not a line bounding this axis is drawn.

    • linecolor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(linecolor=<VALUE>)
      Type: color
      Default: "#444"

      Sets the axis line color.

    • linewidth
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(linewidth=<VALUE>)
      Type: number greater than or equal to 0
      Default: 1

      Sets the width (in px) of the axis line.

    • showgrid
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showgrid=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      Determines whether or not grid lines are drawn. If "True", the grid lines are drawn at every tick mark.

    • gridcolor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(gridcolor=<VALUE>)
      Type: color
      Default: "#eee"

      Sets the color of the grid lines.

    • gridwidth
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(gridwidth=<VALUE>)
      Type: number greater than or equal to 0
      Default: 1

      Sets the width (in px) of the grid lines.

    • zeroline
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(zeroline=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean

      Determines whether or not a line is drawn at along the 0 value of this axis. If "True", the zero line is drawn on top of the grid lines.

    • zerolinecolor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(zerolinecolor=<VALUE>)
      Type: color
      Default: "#444"

      Sets the line color of the zero line.

    • zerolinewidth
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(zerolinewidth=<VALUE>)
      Type: number
      Default: 1

      Sets the width (in px) of the zero line.

    • showdividers
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(showdividers=<VALUE>)
      Type: boolean
      Default: True

      Determines whether or not a dividers are drawn between the category levels of this axis. Only has an effect on "multicategory" axes.

    • dividercolor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(dividercolor=<VALUE>)
      Type: color
      Default: "#444"

      Sets the color of the dividers Only has an effect on "multicategory" axes.

    • dividerwidth
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(dividerwidth=<VALUE>)
      Type: number
      Default: 1

      Sets the width (in px) of the dividers Only has an effect on "multicategory" axes.

    • anchor
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(anchor=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "free" | "/^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" | "/^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" )

      If set to an opposite-letter axis id (e.g. `x2`, `y`), this axis is bound to the corresponding opposite-letter axis. If set to "free", this axis' position is determined by `position`.

    • side
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(side=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "top" | "bottom" | "left" | "right" )

      Determines whether a x (y) axis is positioned at the "bottom" ("left") or "top" ("right") of the plotting area.

    • overlaying
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(overlaying=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "free" | "/^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" | "/^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?( domain)?$/" )

      If set a same-letter axis id, this axis is overlaid on top of the corresponding same-letter axis, with traces and axes visible for both axes. If "False", this axis does not overlay any same-letter axes. In this case, for axes with overlapping domains only the highest-numbered axis will be visible.

    • layer
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(layer=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "above traces" | "below traces" )
      Default: "above traces"

      Sets the layer on which this axis is displayed. If "above traces", this axis is displayed above all the subplot's traces If "below traces", this axis is displayed below all the subplot's traces, but above the grid lines. Useful when used together with scatter-like traces with `cliponaxis` set to "False" to show markers and/or text nodes above this axis.

    • domain
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(domain=<VALUE>)
      Type: list
      Default: [0, 1]

      Sets the domain of this axis (in plot fraction).

    • position
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(position=<VALUE>)
      Type: number between or equal to 0 and 1
      Default: 0

      Sets the position of this axis in the plotting space (in normalized coordinates). Only has an effect if `anchor` is set to "free".

    • categoryorder
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(categoryorder=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "trace" | "category ascending" | "category descending" | "array" | "total ascending" | "total descending" | "min ascending" | "min descending" | "max ascending" | "max descending" | "sum ascending" | "sum descending" | "mean ascending" | "mean descending" | "median ascending" | "median descending" )
      Default: "trace"

      Specifies the ordering logic for the case of categorical variables. By default, plotly uses "trace", which specifies the order that is present in the data supplied. Set `categoryorder` to "category ascending" or "category descending" if order should be determined by the alphanumerical order of the category names. Set `categoryorder` to "array" to derive the ordering from the attribute `categoryarray`. If a category is not found in the `categoryarray` array, the sorting behavior for that attribute will be identical to the "trace" mode. The unspecified categories will follow the categories in `categoryarray`. Set `categoryorder` to "total ascending" or "total descending" if order should be determined by the numerical order of the values. Similarly, the order can be determined by the min, max, sum, mean or median of all the values.

    • categoryarray
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(categoryarray=<VALUE>)
      Type: list, numpy array, or Pandas series of numbers, strings, or datetimes.

      Sets the order in which categories on this axis appear. Only has an effect if `categoryorder` is set to "array". Used with `categoryorder`.

    • uirevision
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(uirevision=<VALUE>)
      Type: number or categorical coordinate string

      Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis `range`, `autorange`, and `title` if in `editable: True` configuration. Defaults to `layout.uirevision`.

    • calendar
      Code: fig.update_yaxes(calendar=<VALUE>)
      Type: enumerated , one of ( "gregorian" | "chinese" | "coptic" | "discworld" | "ethiopian" | "hebrew" | "islamic" | "julian" | "mayan" | "nanakshahi" | "nepali" | "persian" | "jalali" | "taiwan" | "thai" | "ummalqura" )
      Default: "gregorian"

      Sets the calendar system to use for `range` and `tick0` if this is a date axis. This does not set the calendar for interpreting data on this axis, that's specified in the trace or via the global `layout.calendar`