plotly.graph_objects.Box

class plotly.graph_objects.Box(arg=None, 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, 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, xsrc=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, ycalendar=None, ysrc=None, **kwargs)
__init__(arg=None, 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, 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, xsrc=None, y=None, y0=None, yaxis=None, ycalendar=None, ysrc=None, **kwargs)

Construct a new Box object

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
  • arg – dict of properties compatible with this constructor or an instance of plotly.graph_objects.Box

  • 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}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Formatting.md#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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

Returns

Return type

Box

plotly.graph_objects.box

plotly.graph_objects.box

class plotly.graph_objects.box.Hoverlabel(arg=None, align=None, alignsrc=None, bgcolor=None, bgcolorsrc=None, bordercolor=None, bordercolorsrc=None, font=None, namelength=None, namelengthsrc=None, **kwargs)
property align

Sets the horizontal alignment of the text content within hover label box. Has an effect only if the hover label text spans more two or more lines

The ‘align’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as:
  • One of the following enumeration values:

    [‘left’, ‘right’, ‘auto’]

  • A tuple, list, or one-dimensional numpy array of the above

Returns

Return type

Any|numpy.ndarray

property alignsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for align .

The ‘alignsrc’ property must be specified as a string or as a plotly.grid_objs.Column object

Returns

Return type

str

property bgcolor

Sets the background color of the hover labels for this trace

The ‘bgcolor’ property is a color and may be specified as:
  • A hex string (e.g. ‘#ff0000’)

  • An rgb/rgba string (e.g. ‘rgb(255,0,0)’)

  • An hsl/hsla string (e.g. ‘hsl(0,100%,50%)’)

  • An hsv/hsva string (e.g. ‘hsv(0,100%,100%)’)

  • A named CSS color:

    aliceblue, antiquewhite, aqua, aquamarine, azure, beige, bisque, black, blanchedalmond, blue, blueviolet, brown, burlywood, cadetblue, chartreuse, chocolate, coral, cornflowerblue, cornsilk, crimson, cyan, darkblue, darkcyan, darkgoldenrod, darkgray, darkgrey, darkgreen, darkkhaki, darkmagenta, darkolivegreen, darkorange, darkorchid, darkred, darksalmon, darkseagreen, darkslateblue, darkslategray, darkslategrey, darkturquoise, darkviolet, deeppink, deepskyblue, dimgray, dimgrey, dodgerblue, firebrick, floralwhite, forestgreen, fuchsia, gainsboro, ghostwhite, gold, goldenrod, gray, grey, green, greenyellow, honeydew, hotpink, indianred, indigo, ivory, khaki, lavender, lavenderblush, lawngreen, lemonchiffon, lightblue, lightcoral, lightcyan, lightgoldenrodyellow, lightgray, lightgrey, lightgreen, lightpink, lightsalmon, lightseagreen, lightskyblue, lightslategray, lightslategrey, lightsteelblue, lightyellow, lime, limegreen, linen, magenta, maroon, mediumaquamarine, mediumblue, mediumorchid, mediumpurple, mediumseagreen, mediumslateblue, mediumspringgreen, mediumturquoise, mediumvioletred, midnightblue, mintcream, mistyrose, moccasin, navajowhite, navy, oldlace, olive, olivedrab, orange, orangered, orchid, palegoldenrod, palegreen, paleturquoise, palevioletred, papayawhip, peachpuff, peru, pink, plum, powderblue, purple, red, rosybrown, royalblue, rebeccapurple, saddlebrown, salmon, sandybrown, seagreen, seashell, sienna, silver, skyblue, slateblue, slategray, slategrey, snow, springgreen, steelblue, tan, teal, thistle, tomato, turquoise, violet, wheat, white, whitesmoke, yellow, yellowgreen

  • A list or array of any of the above

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property bgcolorsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for bgcolor .

The ‘bgcolorsrc’ property must be specified as a string or as a plotly.grid_objs.Column object

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the border color of the hover labels for this trace.

The ‘bordercolor’ property is a color and may be specified as:
  • A hex string (e.g. ‘#ff0000’)

  • An rgb/rgba string (e.g. ‘rgb(255,0,0)’)

  • An hsl/hsla string (e.g. ‘hsl(0,100%,50%)’)

  • An hsv/hsva string (e.g. ‘hsv(0,100%,100%)’)

  • A named CSS color:

    aliceblue, antiquewhite, aqua, aquamarine, azure, beige, bisque, black, blanchedalmond, blue, blueviolet, brown, burlywood, cadetblue, chartreuse, chocolate, coral, cornflowerblue, cornsilk, crimson, cyan, darkblue, darkcyan, darkgoldenrod, darkgray, darkgrey, darkgreen, darkkhaki, darkmagenta, darkolivegreen, darkorange, darkorchid, darkred, darksalmon, darkseagreen, darkslateblue, darkslategray, darkslategrey, darkturquoise, darkviolet, deeppink, deepskyblue, dimgray, dimgrey, dodgerblue, firebrick, floralwhite, forestgreen, fuchsia, gainsboro, ghostwhite, gold, goldenrod, gray, grey, green, greenyellow, honeydew, hotpink, indianred, indigo, ivory, khaki, lavender, lavenderblush, lawngreen, lemonchiffon, lightblue, lightcoral, lightcyan, lightgoldenrodyellow, lightgray, lightgrey, lightgreen, lightpink, lightsalmon, lightseagreen, lightskyblue, lightslategray, lightslategrey, lightsteelblue, lightyellow, lime, limegreen, linen, magenta, maroon, mediumaquamarine, mediumblue, mediumorchid, mediumpurple, mediumseagreen, mediumslateblue, mediumspringgreen, mediumturquoise, mediumvioletred, midnightblue, mintcream, mistyrose, moccasin, navajowhite, navy, oldlace, olive, olivedrab, orange, orangered, orchid, palegoldenrod, palegreen, paleturquoise, palevioletred, papayawhip, peachpuff, peru, pink, plum, powderblue, purple, red, rosybrown, royalblue, rebeccapurple, saddlebrown, salmon, sandybrown, seagreen, seashell, sienna, silver, skyblue, slateblue, slategray, slategrey, snow, springgreen, steelblue, tan, teal, thistle, tomato, turquoise, violet, wheat, white, whitesmoke, yellow, yellowgreen

  • A list or array of any of the above

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property bordercolorsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for bordercolor .

The ‘bordercolorsrc’ property must be specified as a string or as a plotly.grid_objs.Column object

Returns

Return type

str

property font

Sets the font used in hover labels.

The ‘font’ property is an instance of Font that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.box.hoverlabel.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    colorsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for color .

    family

    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”.

    familysrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for family .

    size

    sizesrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for size .

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.box.hoverlabel.Font

property namelength

Sets the default length (in number of characters) of the trace name in the hover labels for all traces. -1 shows the whole name regardless of length. 0-3 shows the first 0-3 characters, and an integer >3 will show the whole name if it is less than that many characters, but if it is longer, will truncate to namelength - 3 characters and add an ellipsis.

The ‘namelength’ property is a integer and may be specified as:
  • An int (or float that will be cast to an int) in the interval [-1, 9223372036854775807]

  • A tuple, list, or one-dimensional numpy array of the above

Returns

Return type

int|numpy.ndarray

property namelengthsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for namelength .

The ‘namelengthsrc’ property must be specified as a string or as a plotly.grid_objs.Column object

Returns

Return type

str

class plotly.graph_objects.box.Line(arg=None, color=None, width=None, **kwargs)
property color

Sets the color of line bounding the box(es).

The ‘color’ property is a color and may be specified as:
  • A hex string (e.g. ‘#ff0000’)

  • An rgb/rgba string (e.g. ‘rgb(255,0,0)’)

  • An hsl/hsla string (e.g. ‘hsl(0,100%,50%)’)

  • An hsv/hsva string (e.g. ‘hsv(0,100%,100%)’)

  • A named CSS color:

    aliceblue, antiquewhite, aqua, aquamarine, azure, beige, bisque, black, blanchedalmond, blue, blueviolet, brown, burlywood, cadetblue, chartreuse, chocolate, coral, cornflowerblue, cornsilk, crimson, cyan, darkblue, darkcyan, darkgoldenrod, darkgray, darkgrey, darkgreen, darkkhaki, darkmagenta, darkolivegreen, darkorange, darkorchid, darkred, darksalmon, darkseagreen, darkslateblue, darkslategray, darkslategrey, darkturquoise, darkviolet, deeppink, deepskyblue, dimgray, dimgrey, dodgerblue, firebrick, floralwhite, forestgreen, fuchsia, gainsboro, ghostwhite, gold, goldenrod, gray, grey, green, greenyellow, honeydew, hotpink, indianred, indigo, ivory, khaki, lavender, lavenderblush, lawngreen, lemonchiffon, lightblue, lightcoral, lightcyan, lightgoldenrodyellow, lightgray, lightgrey, lightgreen, lightpink, lightsalmon, lightseagreen, lightskyblue, lightslategray, lightslategrey, lightsteelblue, lightyellow, lime, limegreen, linen, magenta, maroon, mediumaquamarine, mediumblue, mediumorchid, mediumpurple, mediumseagreen, mediumslateblue, mediumspringgreen, mediumturquoise, mediumvioletred, midnightblue, mintcream, mistyrose, moccasin, navajowhite, navy, oldlace, olive, olivedrab, orange, orangered, orchid, palegoldenrod, palegreen, paleturquoise, palevioletred, papayawhip, peachpuff, peru, pink, plum, powderblue, purple, red, rosybrown, royalblue, rebeccapurple, saddlebrown, salmon, sandybrown, seagreen, seashell, sienna, silver, skyblue, slateblue, slategray, slategrey, snow, springgreen, steelblue, tan, teal, thistle, tomato, turquoise, violet, wheat, white, whitesmoke, yellow, yellowgreen

Returns

Return type

str

property width

Sets the width (in px) of line bounding the box(es).

The ‘width’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

class plotly.graph_objects.box.Marker(arg=None, color=None, line=None, opacity=None, outliercolor=None, size=None, symbol=None, **kwargs)
property color

Sets themarkercolor. It accepts either a specific color or an array of numbers that are mapped to the colorscale relative to the max and min values of the array or relative to marker.cmin and marker.cmax if set.

The ‘color’ property is a color and may be specified as:
  • A hex string (e.g. ‘#ff0000’)

  • An rgb/rgba string (e.g. ‘rgb(255,0,0)’)

  • An hsl/hsla string (e.g. ‘hsl(0,100%,50%)’)

  • An hsv/hsva string (e.g. ‘hsv(0,100%,100%)’)

  • A named CSS color:

    aliceblue, antiquewhite, aqua, aquamarine, azure, beige, bisque, black, blanchedalmond, blue, blueviolet, brown, burlywood, cadetblue, chartreuse, chocolate, coral, cornflowerblue, cornsilk, crimson, cyan, darkblue, darkcyan, darkgoldenrod, darkgray, darkgrey, darkgreen, darkkhaki, darkmagenta, darkolivegreen, darkorange, darkorchid, darkred, darksalmon, darkseagreen, darkslateblue, darkslategray, darkslategrey, darkturquoise, darkviolet, deeppink, deepskyblue, dimgray, dimgrey, dodgerblue, firebrick, floralwhite, forestgreen, fuchsia, gainsboro, ghostwhite, gold, goldenrod, gray, grey, green, greenyellow, honeydew, hotpink, indianred, indigo, ivory, khaki, lavender, lavenderblush, lawngreen, lemonchiffon, lightblue, lightcoral, lightcyan, lightgoldenrodyellow, lightgray, lightgrey, lightgreen, lightpink, lightsalmon, lightseagreen, lightskyblue, lightslategray, lightslategrey, lightsteelblue, lightyellow, lime, limegreen, linen, magenta, maroon, mediumaquamarine, mediumblue, mediumorchid, mediumpurple, mediumseagreen, mediumslateblue, mediumspringgreen, mediumturquoise, mediumvioletred, midnightblue, mintcream, mistyrose, moccasin, navajowhite, navy, oldlace, olive, olivedrab, orange, orangered, orchid, palegoldenrod, palegreen, paleturquoise, palevioletred, papayawhip, peachpuff, peru, pink, plum, powderblue, purple, red, rosybrown, royalblue, rebeccapurple, saddlebrown, salmon, sandybrown, seagreen, seashell, sienna, silver, skyblue, slateblue, slategray, slategrey, snow, springgreen, steelblue, tan, teal, thistle, tomato, turquoise, violet, wheat, white, whitesmoke, yellow, yellowgreen

Returns

Return type

str

property line

The ‘line’ property is an instance of Line that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.box.marker.Line

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    Sets themarker.linecolor. It accepts either a specific color or an array of numbers that are mapped to the colorscale relative to the max and min values of the array or relative to marker.line.cmin and marker.line.cmax if set.

    outliercolor

    Sets the border line color of the outlier sample points. Defaults to marker.color

    outlierwidth

    Sets the border line width (in px) of the outlier sample points.

    width

    Sets the width (in px) of the lines bounding the marker points.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.box.marker.Line

property opacity

Sets the marker opacity.

The ‘opacity’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0, 1]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property outliercolor

Sets the color of the outlier sample points.

The ‘outliercolor’ property is a color and may be specified as:
  • A hex string (e.g. ‘#ff0000’)

  • An rgb/rgba string (e.g. ‘rgb(255,0,0)’)

  • An hsl/hsla string (e.g. ‘hsl(0,100%,50%)’)

  • An hsv/hsva string (e.g. ‘hsv(0,100%,100%)’)

  • A named CSS color:

    aliceblue, antiquewhite, aqua, aquamarine, azure, beige, bisque, black, blanchedalmond, blue, blueviolet, brown, burlywood, cadetblue, chartreuse, chocolate, coral, cornflowerblue, cornsilk, crimson, cyan, darkblue, darkcyan, darkgoldenrod, darkgray, darkgrey, darkgreen, darkkhaki, darkmagenta, darkolivegreen, darkorange, darkorchid, darkred, darksalmon, darkseagreen, darkslateblue, darkslategray, darkslategrey, darkturquoise, darkviolet, deeppink, deepskyblue, dimgray, dimgrey, dodgerblue, firebrick, floralwhite, forestgreen, fuchsia, gainsboro, ghostwhite, gold, goldenrod, gray, grey, green, greenyellow, honeydew, hotpink, indianred, indigo, ivory, khaki, lavender, lavenderblush, lawngreen, lemonchiffon, lightblue, lightcoral, lightcyan, lightgoldenrodyellow, lightgray, lightgrey, lightgreen, lightpink, lightsalmon, lightseagreen, lightskyblue, lightslategray, lightslategrey, lightsteelblue, lightyellow, lime, limegreen, linen, magenta, maroon, mediumaquamarine, mediumblue, mediumorchid, mediumpurple, mediumseagreen, mediumslateblue, mediumspringgreen, mediumturquoise, mediumvioletred, midnightblue, mintcream, mistyrose, moccasin, navajowhite, navy, oldlace, olive, olivedrab, orange, orangered, orchid, palegoldenrod, palegreen, paleturquoise, palevioletred, papayawhip, peachpuff, peru, pink, plum, powderblue, purple, red, rosybrown, royalblue, rebeccapurple, saddlebrown, salmon, sandybrown, seagreen, seashell, sienna, silver, skyblue, slateblue, slategray, slategrey, snow, springgreen, steelblue, tan, teal, thistle, tomato, turquoise, violet, wheat, white, whitesmoke, yellow, yellowgreen

Returns

Return type

str

property size

Sets the marker size (in px).

The ‘size’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property symbol

Sets the marker symbol type. Adding 100 is equivalent to appending “-open” to a symbol name. Adding 200 is equivalent to appending “-dot” to a symbol name. Adding 300 is equivalent to appending “-open-dot” or “dot-open” to a symbol name.

The ‘symbol’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as:
  • One of the following enumeration values:

    [0, ‘circle’, 100, ‘circle-open’, 200, ‘circle-dot’, 300, ‘circle-open-dot’, 1, ‘square’, 101, ‘square-open’, 201, ‘square-dot’, 301, ‘square-open-dot’, 2, ‘diamond’, 102, ‘diamond-open’, 202, ‘diamond-dot’, 302, ‘diamond-open-dot’, 3, ‘cross’, 103, ‘cross-open’, 203, ‘cross-dot’, 303, ‘cross-open-dot’, 4, ‘x’, 104, ‘x-open’, 204, ‘x-dot’, 304, ‘x-open-dot’, 5, ‘triangle-up’, 105, ‘triangle-up-open’, 205, ‘triangle-up-dot’, 305, ‘triangle-up-open-dot’, 6, ‘triangle-down’, 106, ‘triangle-down-open’, 206, ‘triangle-down-dot’, 306, ‘triangle-down-open-dot’, 7, ‘triangle-left’, 107, ‘triangle-left-open’, 207, ‘triangle-left-dot’, 307, ‘triangle-left-open-dot’, 8, ‘triangle-right’, 108, ‘triangle-right-open’, 208, ‘triangle-right-dot’, 308, ‘triangle-right-open-dot’, 9, ‘triangle-ne’, 109, ‘triangle-ne-open’, 209, ‘triangle-ne-dot’, 309, ‘triangle-ne-open-dot’, 10, ‘triangle-se’, 110, ‘triangle-se-open’, 210, ‘triangle-se-dot’, 310, ‘triangle-se-open-dot’, 11, ‘triangle-sw’, 111, ‘triangle-sw-open’, 211, ‘triangle-sw-dot’, 311, ‘triangle-sw-open-dot’, 12, ‘triangle-nw’, 112, ‘triangle-nw-open’, 212, ‘triangle-nw-dot’, 312, ‘triangle-nw-open-dot’, 13, ‘pentagon’, 113, ‘pentagon-open’, 213, ‘pentagon-dot’, 313, ‘pentagon-open-dot’, 14, ‘hexagon’, 114, ‘hexagon-open’, 214, ‘hexagon-dot’, 314, ‘hexagon-open-dot’, 15, ‘hexagon2’, 115, ‘hexagon2-open’, 215, ‘hexagon2-dot’, 315, ‘hexagon2-open-dot’, 16, ‘octagon’, 116, ‘octagon-open’, 216, ‘octagon-dot’, 316, ‘octagon-open-dot’, 17, ‘star’, 117, ‘star-open’, 217, ‘star-dot’, 317, ‘star-open-dot’, 18, ‘hexagram’, 118, ‘hexagram-open’, 218, ‘hexagram-dot’, 318, ‘hexagram-open-dot’, 19, ‘star-triangle-up’, 119, ‘star-triangle-up-open’, 219, ‘star-triangle-up-dot’, 319, ‘star-triangle-up-open-dot’, 20, ‘star-triangle-down’, 120, ‘star-triangle-down-open’, 220, ‘star-triangle-down-dot’, 320, ‘star-triangle-down-open-dot’, 21, ‘star-square’, 121, ‘star-square-open’, 221, ‘star-square-dot’, 321, ‘star-square-open-dot’, 22, ‘star-diamond’, 122, ‘star-diamond-open’, 222, ‘star-diamond-dot’, 322, ‘star-diamond-open-dot’, 23, ‘diamond-tall’, 123, ‘diamond-tall-open’, 223, ‘diamond-tall-dot’, 323, ‘diamond-tall-open-dot’, 24, ‘diamond-wide’, 124, ‘diamond-wide-open’, 224, ‘diamond-wide-dot’, 324, ‘diamond-wide-open-dot’, 25, ‘hourglass’, 125, ‘hourglass-open’, 26, ‘bowtie’, 126, ‘bowtie-open’, 27, ‘circle-cross’, 127, ‘circle-cross-open’, 28, ‘circle-x’, 128, ‘circle-x-open’, 29, ‘square-cross’, 129, ‘square-cross-open’, 30, ‘square-x’, 130, ‘square-x-open’, 31, ‘diamond-cross’, 131, ‘diamond-cross-open’, 32, ‘diamond-x’, 132, ‘diamond-x-open’, 33, ‘cross-thin’, 133, ‘cross-thin-open’, 34, ‘x-thin’, 134, ‘x-thin-open’, 35, ‘asterisk’, 135, ‘asterisk-open’, 36, ‘hash’, 136, ‘hash-open’, 236, ‘hash-dot’, 336, ‘hash-open-dot’, 37, ‘y-up’, 137, ‘y-up-open’, 38, ‘y-down’, 138, ‘y-down-open’, 39, ‘y-left’, 139, ‘y-left-open’, 40, ‘y-right’, 140, ‘y-right-open’, 41, ‘line-ew’, 141, ‘line-ew-open’, 42, ‘line-ns’, 142, ‘line-ns-open’, 43, ‘line-ne’, 143, ‘line-ne-open’, 44, ‘line-nw’, 144, ‘line-nw-open’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.box.Selected(arg=None, marker=None, **kwargs)
property marker

The ‘marker’ property is an instance of Marker that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.box.selected.Marker

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    Sets the marker color of selected points.

    opacity

    Sets the marker opacity of selected points.

    size

    Sets the marker size of selected points.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.box.selected.Marker

class plotly.graph_objects.box.Stream(arg=None, maxpoints=None, token=None, **kwargs)
property maxpoints

Sets the maximum number of points to keep on the plots from an incoming stream. If maxpoints is set to 50, only the newest 50 points will be displayed on the plot.

The ‘maxpoints’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0, 10000]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property token

The stream id number links a data trace on a plot with a stream. See https://chart-studio.plotly.com/settings for more details.

The ‘token’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A non-empty string

Returns

Return type

str

class plotly.graph_objects.box.Unselected(arg=None, marker=None, **kwargs)
property marker

The ‘marker’ property is an instance of Marker that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.box.unselected.Marker

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    Sets the marker color of unselected points, applied only when a selection exists.

    opacity

    Sets the marker opacity of unselected points, applied only when a selection exists.

    size

    Sets the marker size of unselected points, applied only when a selection exists.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.box.unselected.Marker