plotly.graph_objects.Layout

class plotly.graph_objects.Layout(arg=None, angularaxis=None, annotations=None, annotationdefaults=None, autosize=None, bargap=None, bargroupgap=None, barmode=None, barnorm=None, boxgap=None, boxgroupgap=None, boxmode=None, calendar=None, clickmode=None, coloraxis=None, colorscale=None, colorway=None, datarevision=None, direction=None, dragmode=None, editrevision=None, extendfunnelareacolors=None, extendpiecolors=None, extendsunburstcolors=None, extendtreemapcolors=None, font=None, funnelareacolorway=None, funnelgap=None, funnelgroupgap=None, funnelmode=None, geo=None, grid=None, height=None, hiddenlabels=None, hiddenlabelssrc=None, hidesources=None, hoverdistance=None, hoverlabel=None, hovermode=None, images=None, imagedefaults=None, legend=None, mapbox=None, margin=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, modebar=None, orientation=None, paper_bgcolor=None, piecolorway=None, plot_bgcolor=None, polar=None, radialaxis=None, scene=None, selectdirection=None, selectionrevision=None, separators=None, shapes=None, shapedefaults=None, showlegend=None, sliders=None, sliderdefaults=None, spikedistance=None, sunburstcolorway=None, template=None, ternary=None, title=None, titlefont=None, transition=None, treemapcolorway=None, uirevision=None, uniformtext=None, updatemenus=None, updatemenudefaults=None, violingap=None, violingroupgap=None, violinmode=None, waterfallgap=None, waterfallgroupgap=None, waterfallmode=None, width=None, xaxis=None, yaxis=None, **kwargs)
__init__(arg=None, angularaxis=None, annotations=None, annotationdefaults=None, autosize=None, bargap=None, bargroupgap=None, barmode=None, barnorm=None, boxgap=None, boxgroupgap=None, boxmode=None, calendar=None, clickmode=None, coloraxis=None, colorscale=None, colorway=None, datarevision=None, direction=None, dragmode=None, editrevision=None, extendfunnelareacolors=None, extendpiecolors=None, extendsunburstcolors=None, extendtreemapcolors=None, font=None, funnelareacolorway=None, funnelgap=None, funnelgroupgap=None, funnelmode=None, geo=None, grid=None, height=None, hiddenlabels=None, hiddenlabelssrc=None, hidesources=None, hoverdistance=None, hoverlabel=None, hovermode=None, images=None, imagedefaults=None, legend=None, mapbox=None, margin=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, modebar=None, orientation=None, paper_bgcolor=None, piecolorway=None, plot_bgcolor=None, polar=None, radialaxis=None, scene=None, selectdirection=None, selectionrevision=None, separators=None, shapes=None, shapedefaults=None, showlegend=None, sliders=None, sliderdefaults=None, spikedistance=None, sunburstcolorway=None, template=None, ternary=None, title=None, titlefont=None, transition=None, treemapcolorway=None, uirevision=None, uniformtext=None, updatemenus=None, updatemenudefaults=None, violingap=None, violingroupgap=None, violinmode=None, waterfallgap=None, waterfallgroupgap=None, waterfallmode=None, width=None, xaxis=None, yaxis=None, **kwargs)

Construct a new Layout object

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

  • angularaxisplotly.graph_objects.layout.AngularAxis 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.

  • 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.

  • coloraxisplotly.graph_objects.layout.Coloraxis instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorscaleplotly.graph_objects.layout.Colorscale instance or dict with compatible properties

  • colorway – Sets the default trace colors.

  • 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.

  • direction – Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the direction corresponding to positive angles in legacy polar charts.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • geoplotly.graph_objects.layout.Geo instance or dict with compatible properties

  • gridplotly.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.

  • hoverlabelplotly.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. If clickmode includes the “select” flag, hovermode defaults to “closest”. If clickmode lacks the “select” flag, it defaults to “x” or “y” (depending on the trace’s orientation value) for plots based on cartesian coordinates. For anything else the default value is “closest”.

  • 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

  • legendplotly.graph_objects.layout.Legend instance or dict with compatible properties

  • mapboxplotly.graph_objects.layout.Mapbox instance or dict with compatible properties

  • marginplotly.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 .

  • modebarplotly.graph_objects.layout.Modebar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • orientation – Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Rotates the entire polar by the given angle in legacy polar charts.

  • 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.

  • polarplotly.graph_objects.layout.Polar instance or dict with compatible properties

  • radialaxisplotly.graph_objects.layout.RadialAxis instance or dict with compatible properties

  • sceneplotly.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.

  • ternaryplotly.graph_objects.layout.Ternary instance or dict with compatible properties

  • titleplotly.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.

  • uniformtextplotly.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).

  • xaxisplotly.graph_objects.layout.XAxis instance or dict with compatible properties

  • yaxisplotly.graph_objects.layout.YAxis instance or dict with compatible properties

Returns

Return type

Layout

plotly.graph_objects.layout

plotly.graph_objects.layout

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.AngularAxis(arg=None, domain=None, endpadding=None, range=None, showline=None, showticklabels=None, tickcolor=None, ticklen=None, tickorientation=None, ticksuffix=None, visible=None, **kwargs)
property domain
Polar chart subplots are not supported yet. This key has

currently no effect.

The ‘domain’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

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

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

    list

property endpadding

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots.

The ‘endpadding’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property range
Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar”

subplots. Defines the start and end point of this angular axis.

The ‘range’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

  1. The ‘range[0]’ property is a number and may be specified as:
    • An int or float

  2. The ‘range[1]’ property is a number and may be specified as:
    • An int or float

    list

property showline

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Determines whether or not the line bounding this angular axis will be shown on the figure.

The ‘showline’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showticklabels

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Determines whether or not the angular axis ticks will feature tick labels.

The ‘showticklabels’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property tickcolor

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the color of the tick lines on this angular axis.

The ‘tickcolor’ 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 ticklen

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the length of the tick lines on this angular axis.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickorientation

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the orientation (from the paper perspective) of the angular axis tick labels.

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

    [‘horizontal’, ‘vertical’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property ticksuffix

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the length of the tick lines on this angular axis.

The ‘ticksuffix’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property visible

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Determines whether or not this axis will be visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.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, **kwargs)
property 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.

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

    [‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property arrowcolor

Sets the color of the annotation arrow.

The ‘arrowcolor’ 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 arrowhead

Sets the end annotation arrow head style.

The ‘arrowhead’ property is a integer and may be specified as:
  • An int (or float that will be cast to an int) in the interval [0, 8]

Returns

Return type

int

property arrowside

Sets the annotation arrow head position.

The ‘arrowside’ property is a flaglist and may be specified as a string containing:

  • Any combination of [‘end’, ‘start’] joined with ‘+’ characters (e.g. ‘end+start’) OR exactly one of [‘none’] (e.g. ‘none’)

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

The ‘arrowsize’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0.3, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property arrowwidth

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

The ‘arrowwidth’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0.1, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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 an axis, this is an absolute value on that axis, like x, NOT a relative value.

The ‘ax’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property axref

Indicates in what terms the tail of the annotation (ax,ay) is specified. If pixel, ax is a relative offset in pixels from x. If set to an x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), ax is specified in the same terms as that axis. This is useful for trendline annotations which should continue to indicate the correct trend when zoomed.

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

    [‘pixel’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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 an axis, this is an absolute value on that axis, like y, NOT a relative value.

The ‘ay’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property ayref

Indicates in what terms the tail of the annotation (ax,ay) is specified. If pixel, ay is a relative offset in pixels from y. If set to a y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), ay is specified in the same terms as that axis. This is useful for trendline annotations which should continue to indicate the correct trend when zoomed.

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

    [‘pixel’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property bgcolor

Sets the background color of the annotation.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the annotation text.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property borderpad

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property borderwidth

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘captureevents’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

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

    [False, ‘onoff’, ‘onout’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property font

Sets the annotation text font.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Font

property height

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property hoverlabel

The ‘hoverlabel’ property is an instance of Hoverlabel that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Hoverlabel

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

    Supported dict properties:

    bgcolor

    Sets the background color of the hover label. By default uses the annotation’s bgcolor made opaque, or white if it was transparent.

    bordercolor

    Sets the border color of the hover label. By default uses either dark grey or white, for maximum contrast with hoverlabel.bgcolor.

    font

    Sets the hover label text font. By default uses the global hover font and size, with color from hoverlabel.bordercolor.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Hoverlabel

property hovertext

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

The ‘hovertext’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property opacity

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

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 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.

The ‘showarrow’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property startarrowhead

Sets the start annotation arrow head style.

The ‘startarrowhead’ property is a integer and may be specified as:
  • An int (or float that will be cast to an int) in the interval [0, 8]

Returns

Return type

int

property 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.

The ‘startarrowsize’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0.3, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘text’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property textangle

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

The ‘textangle’ property is a angle (in degrees) that may be specified as a number between -180 and 180. Numeric values outside this range are converted to the equivalent value (e.g. 270 is converted to -90).

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

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

    [‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

Determines whether or not this annotation is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘x’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property xclick

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

The ‘xclick’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xref

Sets the annotation’s x coordinate axis. If set to an x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), the x position refers to an x coordinate If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left side of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right) side.

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property xshift

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

The ‘xshift’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘y’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property yclick

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

The ‘yclick’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yref

Sets the annotation’s y coordinate axis. If set to an y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), the y position refers to an 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).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property yshift

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

The ‘yshift’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.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, **kwargs)
property 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.

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

    [‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property arrowcolor

Sets the color of the annotation arrow.

The ‘arrowcolor’ 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 arrowhead

Sets the end annotation arrow head style.

The ‘arrowhead’ property is a integer and may be specified as:
  • An int (or float that will be cast to an int) in the interval [0, 8]

Returns

Return type

int

property arrowside

Sets the annotation arrow head position.

The ‘arrowside’ property is a flaglist and may be specified as a string containing:

  • Any combination of [‘end’, ‘start’] joined with ‘+’ characters (e.g. ‘end+start’) OR exactly one of [‘none’] (e.g. ‘none’)

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

The ‘arrowsize’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0.3, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property arrowwidth

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

The ‘arrowwidth’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0.1, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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 an axis, this is an absolute value on that axis, like x, NOT a relative value.

The ‘ax’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property axref

Indicates in what terms the tail of the annotation (ax,ay) is specified. If pixel, ax is a relative offset in pixels from x. If set to an x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), ax is specified in the same terms as that axis. This is useful for trendline annotations which should continue to indicate the correct trend when zoomed.

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

    [‘pixel’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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 an axis, this is an absolute value on that axis, like y, NOT a relative value.

The ‘ay’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property ayref

Indicates in what terms the tail of the annotation (ax,ay) is specified. If pixel, ay is a relative offset in pixels from y. If set to a y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), ay is specified in the same terms as that axis. This is useful for trendline annotations which should continue to indicate the correct trend when zoomed.

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

    [‘pixel’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property bgcolor

Sets the background color of the annotation.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the annotation text.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property borderpad

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property borderwidth

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘captureevents’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

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

    [False, ‘onoff’, ‘onout’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property font

Sets the annotation text font.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Font

property height

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property hoverlabel

The ‘hoverlabel’ property is an instance of Hoverlabel that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Hoverlabel

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

    Supported dict properties:

    bgcolor

    Sets the background color of the hover label. By default uses the annotation’s bgcolor made opaque, or white if it was transparent.

    bordercolor

    Sets the border color of the hover label. By default uses either dark grey or white, for maximum contrast with hoverlabel.bgcolor.

    font

    Sets the hover label text font. By default uses the global hover font and size, with color from hoverlabel.bordercolor.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.annotation.Hoverlabel

property hovertext

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

The ‘hovertext’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property opacity

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

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 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.

The ‘showarrow’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property startarrowhead

Sets the start annotation arrow head style.

The ‘startarrowhead’ property is a integer and may be specified as:
  • An int (or float that will be cast to an int) in the interval [0, 8]

Returns

Return type

int

property 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.

The ‘startarrowsize’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [0.3, inf]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘text’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property textangle

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

The ‘textangle’ property is a angle (in degrees) that may be specified as a number between -180 and 180. Numeric values outside this range are converted to the equivalent value (e.g. 270 is converted to -90).

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

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

    [‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

Determines whether or not this annotation is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘x’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property xclick

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

The ‘xclick’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xref

Sets the annotation’s x coordinate axis. If set to an x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), the x position refers to an x coordinate If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left side of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right) side.

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property xshift

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

The ‘xshift’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘y’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property yclick

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

The ‘yclick’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yref

Sets the annotation’s y coordinate axis. If set to an y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), the y position refers to an 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).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property yshift

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

The ‘yshift’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Coloraxis(arg=None, autocolorscale=None, cauto=None, cmax=None, cmid=None, cmin=None, colorbar=None, colorscale=None, reversescale=None, showscale=None, **kwargs)
property 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.

The ‘autocolorscale’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property cauto

Determines whether or not the color domain is computed with respect to the input data (here corresponding trace color array(s)) or the bounds set in cmin and cmax Defaults to false when cmin and cmax are set by the user.

The ‘cauto’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property cmax

Sets the upper bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as corresponding trace color array(s) and if set, cmin must be set as well.

The ‘cmax’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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 corresponding trace color array(s). Has no effect when cauto is false.

The ‘cmid’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property cmin

Sets the lower bound of the color domain. Value should have the same units as corresponding trace color array(s) and if set, cmax must be set as well.

The ‘cmin’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property colorbar

The ‘colorbar’ property is an instance of ColorBar that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.coloraxis.ColorBar

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

    Supported dict properties:

    bgcolor

    Sets the color of padded area.

    bordercolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    borderwidth

    Sets the width (in px) or the border enclosing this color bar.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    len

    Sets the length of the color bar This measure excludes the padding of both ends. That is, the color bar length is this length minus the padding on both ends.

    lenmode

    Determines whether this color bar’s length (i.e. the measure in the color variation direction) is set in units of plot “fraction” or in *pixels. Use len to set the value.

    nticks

    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”.

    outlinecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    outlinewidth

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

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showexponent

    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.

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    thickness

    Sets the thickness of the color bar This measure excludes the size of the padding, ticks and labels.

    thicknessmode

    Determines whether this color bar’s thickness (i.e. the measure in the constant color direction) is set in units of plot “fraction” or in “pixels”. Use thickness to set the value.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the color bar’s tick label font

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. coloraxis.colorbar.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.coloraxis.colorbar.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.coloraxis.colorbar.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.coloraxis.c olorbar.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

    titlefont

    Deprecated: Please use layout.coloraxis.colorbar.title.font instead. Sets this color bar’s title font. Note that the title’s font used to be set by the now deprecated titlefont attribute.

    titleside

    Deprecated: Please use layout.coloraxis.colorbar.title.side instead. Determines the location of color bar’s title with respect to the color bar. Note that the title’s location used to be set by the now deprecated titleside attribute.

    x

    Sets the x position of the color bar (in plot fraction).

    xanchor

    Sets this color bar’s horizontal position anchor. This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the color bar.

    xpad

    Sets the amount of padding (in px) along the x direction.

    y

    Sets the y position of the color bar (in plot fraction).

    yanchor

    Sets this color bar’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the color bar.

    ypad

    Sets the amount of padding (in px) along the y direction.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.coloraxis.ColorBar

property 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: Greys,YlGnBu,Greens,YlOrRd,Bluered,RdBu,Reds,Bl ues,Picnic,Rainbow,Portland,Jet,Hot,Blackbody,Earth,Electric,Vi ridis,Cividis.

The ‘colorscale’ property is a colorscale and may be specified as:

  • A list of colors that will be spaced evenly to create the colorscale. Many predefined colorscale lists are included in the sequential, diverging, and cyclical modules in the plotly.colors package.

  • A list of 2-element lists where the first element is the normalized color level value (starting at 0 and ending at 1), and the second item is a valid color string. (e.g. [[0, ‘green’], [0.5, ‘red’], [1.0, ‘rgb(0, 0, 255)’]])

  • One of the following named colorscales:
    [‘aggrnyl’, ‘agsunset’, ‘algae’, ‘amp’, ‘armyrose’, ‘balance’,

    ‘blackbody’, ‘bluered’, ‘blues’, ‘blugrn’, ‘bluyl’, ‘brbg’, ‘brwnyl’, ‘bugn’, ‘bupu’, ‘burg’, ‘burgyl’, ‘cividis’, ‘curl’, ‘darkmint’, ‘deep’, ‘delta’, ‘dense’, ‘earth’, ‘edge’, ‘electric’, ‘emrld’, ‘fall’, ‘geyser’, ‘gnbu’, ‘gray’, ‘greens’, ‘greys’, ‘haline’, ‘hot’, ‘hsv’, ‘ice’, ‘icefire’, ‘inferno’, ‘jet’, ‘magenta’, ‘magma’, ‘matter’, ‘mint’, ‘mrybm’, ‘mygbm’, ‘oranges’, ‘orrd’, ‘oryel’, ‘peach’, ‘phase’, ‘picnic’, ‘pinkyl’, ‘piyg’, ‘plasma’, ‘plotly3’, ‘portland’, ‘prgn’, ‘pubu’, ‘pubugn’, ‘puor’, ‘purd’, ‘purp’, ‘purples’, ‘purpor’, ‘rainbow’, ‘rdbu’, ‘rdgy’, ‘rdpu’, ‘rdylbu’, ‘rdylgn’, ‘redor’, ‘reds’, ‘solar’, ‘spectral’, ‘speed’, ‘sunset’, ‘sunsetdark’, ‘teal’, ‘tealgrn’, ‘tealrose’, ‘tempo’, ‘temps’, ‘thermal’, ‘tropic’, ‘turbid’, ‘twilight’, ‘viridis’, ‘ylgn’, ‘ylgnbu’, ‘ylorbr’, ‘ylorrd’].

    Appending ‘_r’ to a named colorscale reverses it.

Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘reversescale’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showscale

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

The ‘showscale’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Colorscale(arg=None, diverging=None, sequential=None, sequentialminus=None, **kwargs)
property diverging

Sets the default diverging colorscale. Note that autocolorscale must be true for this attribute to work.

The ‘diverging’ property is a colorscale and may be specified as:

  • A list of colors that will be spaced evenly to create the colorscale. Many predefined colorscale lists are included in the sequential, diverging, and cyclical modules in the plotly.colors package.

  • A list of 2-element lists where the first element is the normalized color level value (starting at 0 and ending at 1), and the second item is a valid color string. (e.g. [[0, ‘green’], [0.5, ‘red’], [1.0, ‘rgb(0, 0, 255)’]])

  • One of the following named colorscales:
    [‘aggrnyl’, ‘agsunset’, ‘algae’, ‘amp’, ‘armyrose’, ‘balance’,

    ‘blackbody’, ‘bluered’, ‘blues’, ‘blugrn’, ‘bluyl’, ‘brbg’, ‘brwnyl’, ‘bugn’, ‘bupu’, ‘burg’, ‘burgyl’, ‘cividis’, ‘curl’, ‘darkmint’, ‘deep’, ‘delta’, ‘dense’, ‘earth’, ‘edge’, ‘electric’, ‘emrld’, ‘fall’, ‘geyser’, ‘gnbu’, ‘gray’, ‘greens’, ‘greys’, ‘haline’, ‘hot’, ‘hsv’, ‘ice’, ‘icefire’, ‘inferno’, ‘jet’, ‘magenta’, ‘magma’, ‘matter’, ‘mint’, ‘mrybm’, ‘mygbm’, ‘oranges’, ‘orrd’, ‘oryel’, ‘peach’, ‘phase’, ‘picnic’, ‘pinkyl’, ‘piyg’, ‘plasma’, ‘plotly3’, ‘portland’, ‘prgn’, ‘pubu’, ‘pubugn’, ‘puor’, ‘purd’, ‘purp’, ‘purples’, ‘purpor’, ‘rainbow’, ‘rdbu’, ‘rdgy’, ‘rdpu’, ‘rdylbu’, ‘rdylgn’, ‘redor’, ‘reds’, ‘solar’, ‘spectral’, ‘speed’, ‘sunset’, ‘sunsetdark’, ‘teal’, ‘tealgrn’, ‘tealrose’, ‘tempo’, ‘temps’, ‘thermal’, ‘tropic’, ‘turbid’, ‘twilight’, ‘viridis’, ‘ylgn’, ‘ylgnbu’, ‘ylorbr’, ‘ylorrd’].

    Appending ‘_r’ to a named colorscale reverses it.

Returns

Return type

str

property sequential

Sets the default sequential colorscale for positive values. Note that autocolorscale must be true for this attribute to work.

The ‘sequential’ property is a colorscale and may be specified as:

  • A list of colors that will be spaced evenly to create the colorscale. Many predefined colorscale lists are included in the sequential, diverging, and cyclical modules in the plotly.colors package.

  • A list of 2-element lists where the first element is the normalized color level value (starting at 0 and ending at 1), and the second item is a valid color string. (e.g. [[0, ‘green’], [0.5, ‘red’], [1.0, ‘rgb(0, 0, 255)’]])

  • One of the following named colorscales:
    [‘aggrnyl’, ‘agsunset’, ‘algae’, ‘amp’, ‘armyrose’, ‘balance’,

    ‘blackbody’, ‘bluered’, ‘blues’, ‘blugrn’, ‘bluyl’, ‘brbg’, ‘brwnyl’, ‘bugn’, ‘bupu’, ‘burg’, ‘burgyl’, ‘cividis’, ‘curl’, ‘darkmint’, ‘deep’, ‘delta’, ‘dense’, ‘earth’, ‘edge’, ‘electric’, ‘emrld’, ‘fall’, ‘geyser’, ‘gnbu’, ‘gray’, ‘greens’, ‘greys’, ‘haline’, ‘hot’, ‘hsv’, ‘ice’, ‘icefire’, ‘inferno’, ‘jet’, ‘magenta’, ‘magma’, ‘matter’, ‘mint’, ‘mrybm’, ‘mygbm’, ‘oranges’, ‘orrd’, ‘oryel’, ‘peach’, ‘phase’, ‘picnic’, ‘pinkyl’, ‘piyg’, ‘plasma’, ‘plotly3’, ‘portland’, ‘prgn’, ‘pubu’, ‘pubugn’, ‘puor’, ‘purd’, ‘purp’, ‘purples’, ‘purpor’, ‘rainbow’, ‘rdbu’, ‘rdgy’, ‘rdpu’, ‘rdylbu’, ‘rdylgn’, ‘redor’, ‘reds’, ‘solar’, ‘spectral’, ‘speed’, ‘sunset’, ‘sunsetdark’, ‘teal’, ‘tealgrn’, ‘tealrose’, ‘tempo’, ‘temps’, ‘thermal’, ‘tropic’, ‘turbid’, ‘twilight’, ‘viridis’, ‘ylgn’, ‘ylgnbu’, ‘ylorbr’, ‘ylorrd’].

    Appending ‘_r’ to a named colorscale reverses it.

Returns

Return type

str

property sequentialminus

Sets the default sequential colorscale for negative values. Note that autocolorscale must be true for this attribute to work.

The ‘sequentialminus’ property is a colorscale and may be specified as:

  • A list of colors that will be spaced evenly to create the colorscale. Many predefined colorscale lists are included in the sequential, diverging, and cyclical modules in the plotly.colors package.

  • A list of 2-element lists where the first element is the normalized color level value (starting at 0 and ending at 1), and the second item is a valid color string. (e.g. [[0, ‘green’], [0.5, ‘red’], [1.0, ‘rgb(0, 0, 255)’]])

  • One of the following named colorscales:
    [‘aggrnyl’, ‘agsunset’, ‘algae’, ‘amp’, ‘armyrose’, ‘balance’,

    ‘blackbody’, ‘bluered’, ‘blues’, ‘blugrn’, ‘bluyl’, ‘brbg’, ‘brwnyl’, ‘bugn’, ‘bupu’, ‘burg’, ‘burgyl’, ‘cividis’, ‘curl’, ‘darkmint’, ‘deep’, ‘delta’, ‘dense’, ‘earth’, ‘edge’, ‘electric’, ‘emrld’, ‘fall’, ‘geyser’, ‘gnbu’, ‘gray’, ‘greens’, ‘greys’, ‘haline’, ‘hot’, ‘hsv’, ‘ice’, ‘icefire’, ‘inferno’, ‘jet’, ‘magenta’, ‘magma’, ‘matter’, ‘mint’, ‘mrybm’, ‘mygbm’, ‘oranges’, ‘orrd’, ‘oryel’, ‘peach’, ‘phase’, ‘picnic’, ‘pinkyl’, ‘piyg’, ‘plasma’, ‘plotly3’, ‘portland’, ‘prgn’, ‘pubu’, ‘pubugn’, ‘puor’, ‘purd’, ‘purp’, ‘purples’, ‘purpor’, ‘rainbow’, ‘rdbu’, ‘rdgy’, ‘rdpu’, ‘rdylbu’, ‘rdylgn’, ‘redor’, ‘reds’, ‘solar’, ‘spectral’, ‘speed’, ‘sunset’, ‘sunsetdark’, ‘teal’, ‘tealgrn’, ‘tealrose’, ‘tempo’, ‘temps’, ‘thermal’, ‘tropic’, ‘turbid’, ‘twilight’, ‘viridis’, ‘ylgn’, ‘ylgnbu’, ‘ylorbr’, ‘ylorrd’].

    Appending ‘_r’ to a named colorscale reverses it.

Returns

Return type

str

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Font(arg=None, color=None, family=None, size=None, **kwargs)
property color
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 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”.

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

Returns

Return type

str

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Geo(arg=None, bgcolor=None, center=None, coastlinecolor=None, coastlinewidth=None, countrycolor=None, countrywidth=None, domain=None, fitbounds=None, framecolor=None, framewidth=None, lakecolor=None, landcolor=None, lataxis=None, lonaxis=None, oceancolor=None, projection=None, resolution=None, rivercolor=None, riverwidth=None, scope=None, showcoastlines=None, showcountries=None, showframe=None, showlakes=None, showland=None, showocean=None, showrivers=None, showsubunits=None, subunitcolor=None, subunitwidth=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, **kwargs)
property bgcolor

Set the background color of the map

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

Returns

Return type

str

property center

The ‘center’ property is an instance of Center that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Center

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

    Supported dict properties:

    lat

    Sets the latitude of the map’s center. For all projection types, the map’s latitude center lies at the middle of the latitude range by default.

    lon

    Sets the longitude of the map’s center. By default, the map’s longitude center lies at the middle of the longitude range for scoped projection and above projection.rotation.lon otherwise.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Center

property coastlinecolor

Sets the coastline color.

The ‘coastlinecolor’ 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 coastlinewidth

Sets the coastline stroke width (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property countrycolor

Sets line color of the country boundaries.

The ‘countrycolor’ 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 countrywidth

Sets line width (in px) of the country boundaries.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property domain

The ‘domain’ property is an instance of Domain that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Domain

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

    Supported dict properties:

    column

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this column in the grid for this geo subplot . Note that geo subplots are constrained by domain. In general, when projection.scale is set to 1. a map will fit either its x or y domain, but not both.

    row

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this row in the grid for this geo subplot . Note that geo subplots are constrained by domain. In general, when projection.scale is set to 1. a map will fit either its x or y domain, but not both.

    x

    Sets the horizontal domain of this geo subplot (in plot fraction). Note that geo subplots are constrained by domain. In general, when projection.scale is set to 1. a map will fit either its x or y domain, but not both.

    y

    Sets the vertical domain of this geo subplot (in plot fraction). Note that geo subplots are constrained by domain. In general, when projection.scale is set to 1. a map will fit either its x or y domain, but not both.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Domain

property fitbounds

Determines if this subplot’s view settings are auto-computed to fit trace data. On scoped maps, setting fitbounds leads to center.lon and center.lat getting auto-filled. On maps with a non-clipped projection, setting fitbounds leads to center.lon, center.lat, and projection.rotation.lon getting auto-filled. On maps with a clipped projection, setting fitbounds leads to center.lon, center.lat, projection.rotation.lon, projection.rotation.lat, lonaxis.range and lonaxis.range getting auto-filled. If “locations”, only the trace’s visible locations are considered in the fitbounds computations. If “geojson”, the entire trace input geojson (if provided) is considered in the fitbounds computations, Defaults to False.

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

    [False, ‘locations’, ‘geojson’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property framecolor

Sets the color the frame.

The ‘framecolor’ 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 framewidth

Sets the stroke width (in px) of the frame.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property lakecolor

Sets the color of the lakes.

The ‘lakecolor’ 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 landcolor

Sets the land mass color.

The ‘landcolor’ 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 lataxis

The ‘lataxis’ property is an instance of Lataxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Lataxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    dtick

    Sets the graticule’s longitude/latitude tick step.

    gridcolor

    Sets the graticule’s stroke color.

    gridwidth

    Sets the graticule’s stroke width (in px).

    range

    Sets the range of this axis (in degrees), sets the map’s clipped coordinates.

    showgrid

    Sets whether or not graticule are shown on the map.

    tick0

    Sets the graticule’s starting tick longitude/latitude.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Lataxis

property lonaxis

The ‘lonaxis’ property is an instance of Lonaxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Lonaxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    dtick

    Sets the graticule’s longitude/latitude tick step.

    gridcolor

    Sets the graticule’s stroke color.

    gridwidth

    Sets the graticule’s stroke width (in px).

    range

    Sets the range of this axis (in degrees), sets the map’s clipped coordinates.

    showgrid

    Sets whether or not graticule are shown on the map.

    tick0

    Sets the graticule’s starting tick longitude/latitude.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Lonaxis

property oceancolor

Sets the ocean color

The ‘oceancolor’ 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 projection

The ‘projection’ property is an instance of Projection that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Projection

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

    Supported dict properties:

    parallels

    For conic projection types only. Sets the parallels (tangent, secant) where the cone intersects the sphere.

    rotation

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.project ion.Rotation instance or dict with compatible properties

    scale

    Zooms in or out on the map view. A scale of 1 corresponds to the largest zoom level that fits the map’s lon and lat ranges.

    type

    Sets the projection type.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.geo.Projection

property resolution

Sets the resolution of the base layers. The values have units of km/mm e.g. 110 corresponds to a scale ratio of 1:110,000,000.

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

    [110, 50]

Returns

Return type

Any

property rivercolor

Sets color of the rivers.

The ‘rivercolor’ 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 riverwidth

Sets the stroke width (in px) of the rivers.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property scope

Set the scope of the map.

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

    [‘world’, ‘usa’, ‘europe’, ‘asia’, ‘africa’, ‘north america’, ‘south america’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property showcoastlines

Sets whether or not the coastlines are drawn.

The ‘showcoastlines’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showcountries

Sets whether or not country boundaries are drawn.

The ‘showcountries’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showframe

Sets whether or not a frame is drawn around the map.

The ‘showframe’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showlakes

Sets whether or not lakes are drawn.

The ‘showlakes’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showland

Sets whether or not land masses are filled in color.

The ‘showland’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showocean

Sets whether or not oceans are filled in color.

The ‘showocean’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showrivers

Sets whether or not rivers are drawn.

The ‘showrivers’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showsubunits

Sets whether or not boundaries of subunits within countries (e.g. states, provinces) are drawn.

The ‘showsubunits’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property subunitcolor

Sets the color of the subunits boundaries.

The ‘subunitcolor’ 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 subunitwidth

Sets the stroke width (in px) of the subunits boundaries.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property uirevision

Controls persistence of user-driven changes in the view (projection and center). Defaults to layout.uirevision.

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

Sets the default visibility of the base layers.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Grid(arg=None, columns=None, domain=None, pattern=None, roworder=None, rows=None, subplots=None, xaxes=None, xgap=None, xside=None, yaxes=None, ygap=None, yside=None, **kwargs)
property columns

The number of columns in the grid. If you provide a 2D subplots array, the length of its longest row is used as the default. If you give an xaxes array, its length is used as the default. But it’s also possible to have a different length, if you want to leave a row at the end for non-cartesian subplots.

The ‘columns’ 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]

Returns

Return type

int

property domain

The ‘domain’ property is an instance of Domain that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.grid.Domain

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

    Supported dict properties:

    x

    Sets the horizontal domain of this grid subplot (in plot fraction). The first and last cells end exactly at the domain edges, with no grout around the edges.

    y

    Sets the vertical domain of this grid subplot (in plot fraction). The first and last cells end exactly at the domain edges, with no grout around the edges.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.grid.Domain

property pattern

If no subplots, xaxes, or yaxes are given but we do have rows and columns, we can generate defaults using consecutive axis IDs, in two ways: “coupled” gives one x axis per column and one y axis per row. “independent” uses a new xy pair for each cell, left-to-right across each row then iterating rows according to roworder.

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

    [‘independent’, ‘coupled’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property roworder

Is the first row the top or the bottom? Note that columns are always enumerated from left to right.

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

    [‘top to bottom’, ‘bottom to top’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property rows

The number of rows in the grid. If you provide a 2D subplots array or a yaxes array, its length is used as the default. But it’s also possible to have a different length, if you want to leave a row at the end for non-cartesian subplots.

The ‘rows’ 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]

Returns

Return type

int

property subplots

Used for freeform grids, where some axes may be shared across subplots but others are not. Each entry should be a cartesian subplot id, like “xy” or “x3y2”, or “” to leave that cell empty. You may reuse x axes within the same column, and y axes within the same row. Non-cartesian subplots and traces that support domain can place themselves in this grid separately using the gridcell attribute.

The ‘subplots’ property is an info array that may be specified as: * a 2D list where:

The ‘subplots[i][j]’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as: - One of the following enumeration values:

[‘’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

list

property xaxes

Used with yaxes when the x and y axes are shared across columns and rows. Each entry should be an x axis id like “x”, “x2”, etc., or “” to not put an x axis in that column. Entries other than “” must be unique. Ignored if subplots is present. If missing but yaxes is present, will generate consecutive IDs.

The ‘xaxes’ property is an info array that may be specified as: * a list of elements where:

The ‘xaxes[i]’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as: - One of the following enumeration values:

[‘’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

list

property xgap

Horizontal space between grid cells, expressed as a fraction of the total width available to one cell. Defaults to 0.1 for coupled-axes grids and 0.2 for independent grids.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property xside

Sets where the x axis labels and titles go. “bottom” means the very bottom of the grid. “bottom plot” is the lowest plot that each x axis is used in. “top” and “top plot” are similar.

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

    [‘bottom’, ‘bottom plot’, ‘top plot’, ‘top’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property yaxes

Used with yaxes when the x and y axes are shared across columns and rows. Each entry should be an y axis id like “y”, “y2”, etc., or “” to not put a y axis in that row. Entries other than “” must be unique. Ignored if subplots is present. If missing but xaxes is present, will generate consecutive IDs.

The ‘yaxes’ property is an info array that may be specified as: * a list of elements where:

The ‘yaxes[i]’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as: - One of the following enumeration values:

[‘’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

list

property ygap

Vertical space between grid cells, expressed as a fraction of the total height available to one cell. Defaults to 0.1 for coupled-axes grids and 0.3 for independent grids.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property yside

Sets where the y axis labels and titles go. “left” means the very left edge of the grid. left plot is the leftmost plot that each y axis is used in. “right” and right plot are similar.

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

    [‘left’, ‘left plot’, ‘right plot’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Hoverlabel(arg=None, align=None, bgcolor=None, bordercolor=None, font=None, namelength=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’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property bgcolor

Sets the background color of all hover labels on graph

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the border color of all hover labels on graph.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property font

Sets the default hover label font used by all traces on the graph.

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

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

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.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]

Returns

Return type

int

class plotly.graph_objects.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, **kwargs)
property 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.

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

    [‘below’, ‘above’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property opacity

Sets the opacity of the image.

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 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.

The ‘sizex’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘sizey’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property sizing

Specifies which dimension of the image to constrain.

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

    [‘fill’, ‘contain’, ‘stretch’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

The ‘source’ property is an image URI that may be specified as:
Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property visible

Determines whether or not this image is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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

The ‘x’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xanchor

Sets the anchor for the x position

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

    [‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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 an x data coordinate If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left of plot in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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

The ‘y’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yanchor

Sets the anchor for the y position.

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

    [‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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 data coordinate. If set to “paper”, the y position refers to the distance from the bottom of the plot in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the bottom (top).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.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, **kwargs)
property 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.

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

    [‘below’, ‘above’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property opacity

Sets the opacity of the image.

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 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.

The ‘sizex’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘sizey’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property sizing

Specifies which dimension of the image to constrain.

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

    [‘fill’, ‘contain’, ‘stretch’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

The ‘source’ property is an image URI that may be specified as:
Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property visible

Determines whether or not this image is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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

The ‘x’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xanchor

Sets the anchor for the x position

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

    [‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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 an x data coordinate If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left of plot in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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

The ‘y’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yanchor

Sets the anchor for the y position.

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

    [‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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 data coordinate. If set to “paper”, the y position refers to the distance from the bottom of the plot in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the bottom (top).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Legend(arg=None, bgcolor=None, bordercolor=None, borderwidth=None, font=None, itemclick=None, itemdoubleclick=None, itemsizing=None, orientation=None, title=None, tracegroupgap=None, traceorder=None, uirevision=None, valign=None, x=None, xanchor=None, y=None, yanchor=None, **kwargs)
property bgcolor

Sets the legend background color. Defaults to layout.paper_bgcolor.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the legend.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property borderwidth

Sets the width (in px) of the border enclosing the legend.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property font

Sets the font used to text the legend items.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.legend.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.legend.Font

property itemclick

Determines the behavior on legend item click. “toggle” toggles the visibility of the item clicked on the graph. “toggleothers” makes the clicked item the sole visible item on the graph. False disable legend item click interactions.

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

    [‘toggle’, ‘toggleothers’, False]

Returns

Return type

Any

property itemdoubleclick

Determines the behavior on legend item double-click. “toggle” toggles the visibility of the item clicked on the graph. “toggleothers” makes the clicked item the sole visible item on the graph. False disable legend item double-click interactions.

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

    [‘toggle’, ‘toggleothers’, False]

Returns

Return type

Any

property itemsizing

Determines if the legend items symbols scale with their corresponding “trace” attributes or remain “constant” independent of the symbol size on the graph.

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

    [‘trace’, ‘constant’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property orientation

Sets the orientation of the legend.

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

    [‘v’, ‘h’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property title

The ‘title’ property is an instance of Title that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.legend.Title

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

    Supported dict properties:

    font

    Sets this legend’s title font.

    side

    Determines the location of legend’s title with respect to the legend items. Defaulted to “top” with orientation is “h”. Defaulted to “left” with orientation is “v”. The top left options could be used to expand legend area in both x and y sides.

    text

    Sets the title of the legend.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.legend.Title

property tracegroupgap

Sets the amount of vertical space (in px) between legend groups.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property traceorder

Determines the order at which the legend items are displayed. If “normal”, the items are displayed top-to-bottom in the same order as the input data. If “reversed”, the items are displayed in the opposite order as “normal”. If “grouped”, the items are displayed in groups (when a trace legendgroup is provided). if “grouped+reversed”, the items are displayed in the opposite order as “grouped”.

The ‘traceorder’ property is a flaglist and may be specified as a string containing:

  • Any combination of [‘reversed’, ‘grouped’] joined with ‘+’ characters (e.g. ‘reversed+grouped’) OR exactly one of [‘normal’] (e.g. ‘normal’)

Returns

Return type

Any

property uirevision

Controls persistence of legend-driven changes in trace and pie label visibility. Defaults to layout.uirevision.

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property valign

Sets the vertical alignment of the symbols with respect to their associated text.

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

    [‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property x

Sets the x position (in normalized coordinates) of the legend. Defaults to 1.02 for vertical legends and defaults to 0 for horizontal legends.

The ‘x’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property xanchor

Sets the legend’s horizontal position anchor. This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the legend. Value “auto” anchors legends to the right for x values greater than or equal to 2/3, anchors legends to the left for x values less than or equal to 1/3 and anchors legends with respect to their center otherwise.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y

Sets the y position (in normalized coordinates) of the legend. Defaults to 1 for vertical legends, defaults to “-0.1” for horizontal legends on graphs w/o range sliders and defaults to 1.1 for horizontal legends on graph with one or multiple range sliders.

The ‘y’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property yanchor

Sets the legend’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the legend. Value “auto” anchors legends at their bottom for y values less than or equal to 1/3, anchors legends to at their top for y values greater than or equal to 2/3 and anchors legends with respect to their middle otherwise.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Mapbox(arg=None, accesstoken=None, bearing=None, center=None, domain=None, layers=None, layerdefaults=None, pitch=None, style=None, uirevision=None, zoom=None, **kwargs)
property accesstoken

Sets the mapbox access token to be used for this mapbox map. Alternatively, the mapbox access token can be set in the configuration options under mapboxAccessToken. Note that accessToken are only required when style (e.g with values : basic, streets, outdoors, light, dark, satellite, satellite- streets ) and/or a layout layer references the Mapbox server.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bearing

Sets the bearing angle of the map in degrees counter-clockwise from North (mapbox.bearing).

The ‘bearing’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property center

The ‘center’ property is an instance of Center that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.Center

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

    Supported dict properties:

    lat

    Sets the latitude of the center of the map (in degrees North).

    lon

    Sets the longitude of the center of the map (in degrees East).

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.Center

property domain

The ‘domain’ property is an instance of Domain that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.Domain

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

    Supported dict properties:

    column

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this column in the grid for this mapbox subplot .

    row

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this row in the grid for this mapbox subplot .

    x

    Sets the horizontal domain of this mapbox subplot (in plot fraction).

    y

    Sets the vertical domain of this mapbox subplot (in plot fraction).

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.Domain

property layerdefaults

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

The ‘layerdefaults’ property is an instance of Layer that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.Layer

property layers

The ‘layers’ property is a tuple of instances of Layer that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.Layer

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

    Supported dict properties:

    below

    Determines if the layer will be inserted before the layer with the specified ID. If omitted or set to ‘’, the layer will be inserted above every existing layer.

    circle

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.laye r.Circle instance or dict with compatible properties

    color

    Sets the primary layer color. If type is “circle”, color corresponds to the circle color (mapbox.layer.paint.circle-color) If type is “line”, color corresponds to the line color (mapbox.layer.paint.line-color) If type is “fill”, color corresponds to the fill color (mapbox.layer.paint.fill-color) If type is “symbol”, color corresponds to the icon color (mapbox.layer.paint.icon-color)

    coordinates

    Sets the coordinates array contains [longitude, latitude] pairs for the image corners listed in clockwise order: top left, top right, bottom right, bottom left. Only has an effect for “image” sourcetype.

    fill

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.laye r.Fill instance or dict with compatible properties

    line

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.laye r.Line instance or dict with compatible properties

    maxzoom

    Sets the maximum zoom level (mapbox.layer.maxzoom). At zoom levels equal to or greater than the maxzoom, the layer will be hidden.

    minzoom

    Sets the minimum zoom level (mapbox.layer.minzoom). At zoom levels less than the minzoom, the layer will be hidden.

    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 layer. If type is “circle”, opacity corresponds to the circle opacity (mapbox.layer.paint.circle-opacity) If type is “line”, opacity corresponds to the line opacity (mapbox.layer.paint.line-opacity) If type is “fill”, opacity corresponds to the fill opacity (mapbox.layer.paint.fill-opacity) If type is “symbol”, opacity corresponds to the icon/text opacity (mapbox.layer.paint.text- opacity)

    source

    Sets the source data for this layer (mapbox.layer.source). When sourcetype is set to “geojson”, source can be a URL to a GeoJSON or a GeoJSON object. When sourcetype is set to “vector” or “raster”, source can be a URL or an array of tile URLs. When sourcetype is set to “image”, source can be a URL to an image.

    sourceattribution

    Sets the attribution for this source.

    sourcelayer

    Specifies the layer to use from a vector tile source (mapbox.layer.source-layer). Required for “vector” source type that supports multiple layers.

    sourcetype

    Sets the source type for this layer, that is the type of the layer data.

    symbol

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.laye r.Symbol instance or dict with compatible properties

    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.

    type

    Sets the layer type, that is the how the layer data set in source will be rendered With sourcetype set to “geojson”, the following values are allowed: “circle”, “line”, “fill” and “symbol”. but note that “line” and “fill” are not compatible with Point GeoJSON geometries. With sourcetype set to “vector”, the following values are allowed: “circle”, “line”, “fill” and “symbol”. With sourcetype set to “raster” or *image*, only the “raster” value is allowed.

    visible

    Determines whether this layer is displayed

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.mapbox.Layer]

property pitch

Sets the pitch angle of the map (in degrees, where 0 means perpendicular to the surface of the map) (mapbox.pitch).

The ‘pitch’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property style

Defines the map layers that are rendered by default below the trace layers defined in data, which are themselves by default rendered below the layers defined in layout.mapbox.layers. These layers can be defined either explicitly as a Mapbox Style object which can contain multiple layer definitions that load data from any public or private Tile Map Service (TMS or XYZ) or Web Map Service (WMS) or implicitly by using one of the built-in style objects which use WMSes which do not require any access tokens, or by using a default Mapbox style or custom Mapbox style URL, both of which require a Mapbox access token Note that Mapbox access token can be set in the accesstoken attribute or in the mapboxAccessToken config option. Mapbox Style objects are of the form described in the Mapbox GL JS documentation available at https://docs.mapbox.com/mapbox-gl- js/style-spec The built-in plotly.js styles objects are: open- street-map, white-bg, carto-positron, carto-darkmatter, stamen- terrain, stamen-toner, stamen-watercolor The built-in Mapbox styles are: basic, streets, outdoors, light, dark, satellite, satellite-streets Mapbox style URLs are of the form: mapbox://mapbox.mapbox-<name>-<version>

The ‘style’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property uirevision

Controls persistence of user-driven changes in the view: center, zoom, bearing, pitch. Defaults to layout.uirevision.

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property zoom

Sets the zoom level of the map (mapbox.zoom).

The ‘zoom’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Margin(arg=None, autoexpand=None, b=None, l=None, pad=None, r=None, t=None, **kwargs)
property autoexpand

Turns on/off margin expansion computations. Legends, colorbars, updatemenus, sliders, axis rangeselector and rangeslider are allowed to push the margins by defaults.

The ‘autoexpand’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property b

Sets the bottom margin (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property l

Sets the left margin (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property pad

Sets the amount of padding (in px) between the plotting area and the axis lines

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property r

Sets the right margin (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property t

Sets the top margin (in px).

The ‘t’ 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.layout.Modebar(arg=None, activecolor=None, bgcolor=None, color=None, orientation=None, uirevision=None, **kwargs)
property activecolor

Sets the color of the active or hovered on icons in the modebar.

The ‘activecolor’ 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 bgcolor

Sets the background color of the modebar.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property color

Sets the color of the icons in the modebar.

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 orientation

Sets the orientation of the modebar.

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

    [‘v’, ‘h’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property uirevision

Controls persistence of user-driven changes related to the modebar, including hovermode, dragmode, and showspikes at both the root level and inside subplots. Defaults to layout.uirevision.

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Polar(arg=None, angularaxis=None, bargap=None, barmode=None, bgcolor=None, domain=None, gridshape=None, hole=None, radialaxis=None, sector=None, uirevision=None, **kwargs)
property angularaxis

The ‘angularaxis’ property is an instance of AngularAxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.polar.AngularAxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    categoryarray

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

    categoryarraysrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for categoryarray .

    categoryorder

    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.

    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.

    direction

    Sets the direction corresponding to positive angles.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    layer

    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.

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    nticks

    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”.

    period

    Set the angular period. Has an effect only when angularaxis.type is “category”.

    rotation

    Sets that start position (in degrees) of the angular axis By default, polar subplots with direction set to “counterclockwise” get a rotation of 0 which corresponds to due East (like what mathematicians prefer). In turn, polar with direction set to “clockwise” get a rotation of 90 which corresponds to due North (like on a compass),

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    thetaunit

    Sets the format unit of the formatted “theta” values. Has an effect only when angularaxis.type is “linear”.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. polar.angularaxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.polar.angularaxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.polar.angularaxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    type

    Sets the angular axis type. If “linear”, set thetaunit to determine the unit in which axis value are shown. If *category, use period to set the number of integer coordinates around polar axis.

    uirevision

    Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis rotation. Defaults to polar<N>.uirevision.

    visible

    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

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.polar.AngularAxis

property bargap

Sets the gap between bars of adjacent location coordinates. Values are unitless, they represent fractions of the minimum difference in bar positions in the data.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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 “overlay”, the bars are plotted over one another, you might need to an “opacity” to see multiple bars.

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

    [‘stack’, ‘overlay’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property bgcolor

Set the background color of the subplot

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

Returns

Return type

str

property domain

The ‘domain’ property is an instance of Domain that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.polar.Domain

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

    Supported dict properties:

    column

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this column in the grid for this polar subplot .

    row

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this row in the grid for this polar subplot .

    x

    Sets the horizontal domain of this polar subplot (in plot fraction).

    y

    Sets the vertical domain of this polar subplot (in plot fraction).

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.polar.Domain

property gridshape

Determines if the radial axis grid lines and angular axis line are drawn as “circular” sectors or as “linear” (polygon) sectors. Has an effect only when the angular axis has type “category”. Note that radialaxis.angle is snapped to the angle of the closest vertex when gridshape is “circular” (so that radial axis scale is the same as the data scale).

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

    [‘circular’, ‘linear’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property hole

Sets the fraction of the radius to cut out of the polar subplot.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property radialaxis

The ‘radialaxis’ property is an instance of RadialAxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.polar.RadialAxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    angle

    Sets the angle (in degrees) from which the radial axis is drawn. Note that by default, radial axis line on the theta=0 line corresponds to a line pointing right (like what mathematicians prefer). Defaults to the first polar.sector angle.

    autorange

    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.

    calendar

    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

    categoryarray

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

    categoryarraysrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for categoryarray .

    categoryorder

    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.

    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.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    layer

    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.

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    nticks

    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”.

    range

    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.

    rangemode

    If *tozero*`, the range extends to 0, regardless of the input data If “nonnegative”, the range is non-negative, regardless of the input data. If “normal”, the range is computed in relation to the extrema of the input data (same behavior as for cartesian axes).

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    side

    Determines on which side of radial axis line the tick and tick labels appear.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. polar.radialaxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.polar.radialaxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.polar.radialaxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.polar.radia laxis.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

    titlefont

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

    type

    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.

    uirevision

    Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis range, autorange, angle, and title if in editable: true configuration. Defaults to polar<N>.uirevision.

    visible

    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

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.polar.RadialAxis

property sector
Sets angular span of this polar subplot with two angles (in

degrees). Sector are assumed to be spanned in the counterclockwise direction with 0 corresponding to rightmost limit of the polar subplot.

The ‘sector’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

  1. The ‘sector[0]’ property is a number and may be specified as:
    • An int or float

  2. The ‘sector[1]’ property is a number and may be specified as:
    • An int or float

    list

property uirevision

Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis attributes, if not overridden in the individual axes. Defaults to layout.uirevision.

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.RadialAxis(arg=None, domain=None, endpadding=None, orientation=None, range=None, showline=None, showticklabels=None, tickcolor=None, ticklen=None, tickorientation=None, ticksuffix=None, visible=None, **kwargs)
property domain
Polar chart subplots are not supported yet. This key has

currently no effect.

The ‘domain’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

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

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

    list

property endpadding

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots.

The ‘endpadding’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property orientation

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the orientation (an angle with respect to the origin) of the radial axis.

The ‘orientation’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property range
Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar”

subplots. Defines the start and end point of this radial axis.

The ‘range’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

  1. The ‘range[0]’ property is a number and may be specified as:
    • An int or float

  2. The ‘range[1]’ property is a number and may be specified as:
    • An int or float

    list

property showline

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Determines whether or not the line bounding this radial axis will be shown on the figure.

The ‘showline’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showticklabels

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Determines whether or not the radial axis ticks will feature tick labels.

The ‘showticklabels’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property tickcolor

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the color of the tick lines on this radial axis.

The ‘tickcolor’ 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 ticklen

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the length of the tick lines on this radial axis.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickorientation

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the orientation (from the paper perspective) of the radial axis tick labels.

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

    [‘horizontal’, ‘vertical’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property ticksuffix

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Sets the length of the tick lines on this radial axis.

The ‘ticksuffix’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property visible

Legacy polar charts are deprecated! Please switch to “polar” subplots. Determines whether or not this axis will be visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Scene(arg=None, annotations=None, annotationdefaults=None, aspectmode=None, aspectratio=None, bgcolor=None, camera=None, domain=None, dragmode=None, hovermode=None, uirevision=None, xaxis=None, yaxis=None, zaxis=None, **kwargs)
property annotationdefaults

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

The ‘annotationdefaults’ property is an instance of Annotation that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Annotation

property annotations

The ‘annotations’ property is a tuple of instances of Annotation that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Annotation

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

    Supported dict 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 (in pixels).

    ay

    Sets the y component of the arrow tail about the arrow head (in pixels).

    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.

    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.

    hoverlabel

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.annot ation.Hoverlabel 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.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    yshift

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

    z

    Sets the annotation’s z position.

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Annotation]

property aspectmode

If “cube”, this scene’s axes are drawn as a cube, regardless of the axes’ ranges. If “data”, this scene’s axes are drawn in proportion with the axes’ ranges. If “manual”, this scene’s axes are drawn in proportion with the input of “aspectratio” (the default behavior if “aspectratio” is provided). If “auto”, this scene’s axes are drawn using the results of “data” except when one axis is more than four times the size of the two others, where in that case the results of “cube” are used.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘cube’, ‘data’, ‘manual’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property aspectratio

Sets this scene’s axis aspectratio.

The ‘aspectratio’ property is an instance of Aspectratio that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Aspectratio

property bgcolor
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

Returns

Return type

str

property camera

The ‘camera’ property is an instance of Camera that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Camera

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

    Supported dict properties:

    center

    Sets the (x,y,z) components of the ‘center’ camera vector This vector determines the translation (x,y,z) space about the center of this scene. By default, there is no such translation.

    eye

    Sets the (x,y,z) components of the ‘eye’ camera vector. This vector determines the view point about the origin of this scene.

    projection

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.camer a.Projection instance or dict with compatible properties

    up

    Sets the (x,y,z) components of the ‘up’ camera vector. This vector determines the up direction of this scene with respect to the page. The default is {x: 0, y: 0, z: 1} which means that the z axis points up.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Camera

property domain

The ‘domain’ property is an instance of Domain that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Domain

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

    Supported dict properties:

    column

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this column in the grid for this scene subplot .

    row

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this row in the grid for this scene subplot .

    x

    Sets the horizontal domain of this scene subplot (in plot fraction).

    y

    Sets the vertical domain of this scene subplot (in plot fraction).

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.Domain

property dragmode

Determines the mode of drag interactions for this scene.

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

    [‘orbit’, ‘turntable’, ‘zoom’, ‘pan’, False]

Returns

Return type

Any

property hovermode

Determines the mode of hover interactions for this scene.

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

    [‘closest’, False]

Returns

Return type

Any

property uirevision

Controls persistence of user-driven changes in camera attributes. Defaults to layout.uirevision.

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xaxis

The ‘xaxis’ property is an instance of XAxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.XAxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    autorange

    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.

    backgroundcolor

    Sets the background color of this axis’ wall.

    calendar

    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

    categoryarray

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

    categoryarraysrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for categoryarray .

    categoryorder

    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.

    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.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    mirror

    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.

    nticks

    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”.

    range

    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.

    rangemode

    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.

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showaxeslabels

    Sets whether or not this axis is labeled

    showbackground

    Sets whether or not this axis’ wall has a background color.

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showspikes

    Sets whether or not spikes starting from data points to this axis’ wall are shown on hover.

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    spikecolor

    Sets the color of the spikes.

    spikesides

    Sets whether or not spikes extending from the projection data points to this axis’ wall boundaries are shown on hover.

    spikethickness

    Sets the thickness (in px) of the spikes.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. scene.xaxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.scene.xaxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.scene.xaxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

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

    titlefont

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

    type

    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.

    visible

    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

    zeroline

    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

    Sets the line color of the zero line.

    zerolinewidth

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

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.XAxis

property yaxis

The ‘yaxis’ property is an instance of YAxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.YAxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    autorange

    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.

    backgroundcolor

    Sets the background color of this axis’ wall.

    calendar

    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

    categoryarray

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

    categoryarraysrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for categoryarray .

    categoryorder

    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.

    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.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    mirror

    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.

    nticks

    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”.

    range

    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.

    rangemode

    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.

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showaxeslabels

    Sets whether or not this axis is labeled

    showbackground

    Sets whether or not this axis’ wall has a background color.

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showspikes

    Sets whether or not spikes starting from data points to this axis’ wall are shown on hover.

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    spikecolor

    Sets the color of the spikes.

    spikesides

    Sets whether or not spikes extending from the projection data points to this axis’ wall boundaries are shown on hover.

    spikethickness

    Sets the thickness (in px) of the spikes.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. scene.yaxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.scene.yaxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.scene.yaxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

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

    titlefont

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

    type

    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.

    visible

    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

    zeroline

    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

    Sets the line color of the zero line.

    zerolinewidth

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

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.YAxis

property zaxis

The ‘zaxis’ property is an instance of ZAxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.ZAxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    autorange

    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.

    backgroundcolor

    Sets the background color of this axis’ wall.

    calendar

    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

    categoryarray

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

    categoryarraysrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for categoryarray .

    categoryorder

    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.

    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.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    mirror

    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.

    nticks

    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”.

    range

    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.

    rangemode

    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.

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showaxeslabels

    Sets whether or not this axis is labeled

    showbackground

    Sets whether or not this axis’ wall has a background color.

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showspikes

    Sets whether or not spikes starting from data points to this axis’ wall are shown on hover.

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    spikecolor

    Sets the color of the spikes.

    spikesides

    Sets whether or not spikes extending from the projection data points to this axis’ wall boundaries are shown on hover.

    spikethickness

    Sets the thickness (in px) of the spikes.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. scene.zaxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.scene.zaxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.scene.zaxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

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

    titlefont

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

    type

    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.

    visible

    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

    zeroline

    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

    Sets the line color of the zero line.

    zerolinewidth

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

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.scene.ZAxis

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Shape(arg=None, fillcolor=None, layer=None, line=None, name=None, opacity=None, path=None, templateitemname=None, type=None, visible=None, x0=None, x1=None, xanchor=None, xref=None, xsizemode=None, y0=None, y1=None, yanchor=None, yref=None, ysizemode=None, **kwargs)
property fillcolor

Sets the color filling the shape’s interior.

The ‘fillcolor’ 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 layer

Specifies whether shapes are drawn below or above traces.

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

    [‘below’, ‘above’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property line

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.shape.Line

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    Sets the line color.

    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”).

    width

    Sets the line width (in px).

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.shape.Line

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property opacity

Sets the opacity of the shape.

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 path

For type “path” - a valid SVG path with the pixel values replaced by data values in xsizemode/ysizemode being “scaled” and taken unmodified as pixels relative to xanchor and yanchor in case of “pixel” size mode. There are a few restrictions / quirks only absolute instructions, not relative. So the allowed segments are: M, L, H, V, Q, C, T, S, and Z arcs (A) are not allowed because radius rx and ry are relative. In the future we could consider supporting relative commands, but we would have to decide on how to handle date and log axes. Note that even as is, Q and C Bezier paths that are smooth on linear axes may not be smooth on log, and vice versa. no chained “polybezier” commands - specify the segment type for each one. On category axes, values are numbers scaled to the serial numbers of categories because using the categories themselves there would be no way to describe fractional positions On data axes: because space and T are both normal components of path strings, we can’t use either to separate date from time parts. Therefore we’ll use underscore for this purpose: 2015-02-21_13:45:56.789

The ‘path’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property type

Specifies the shape type to be drawn. If “line”, a line is drawn from (x0,`y0`) to (x1,`y1`) with respect to the axes’ sizing mode. If “circle”, a circle is drawn from ((x0`+`x1)/2, (y0`+`y1)/2)) with radius (|(`x0`+`x1`)/2 - `x0`|, |(`y0`+`y1`)/2 -`y0`)|) with respect to the axes’ sizing mode. If “rect”, a rectangle is drawn linking (x0,`y0`), (x1,`y0`), (x1,`y1`), (x0,`y1`), (x0,`y0`) with respect to the axes’ sizing mode. If “path”, draw a custom SVG path using path. with respect to the axes’ sizing mode.

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

    [‘circle’, ‘rect’, ‘path’, ‘line’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

Determines whether or not this shape is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property x0

Sets the shape’s starting x position. See type and xsizemode for more info.

The ‘x0’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property x1

Sets the shape’s end x position. See type and xsizemode for more info.

The ‘x1’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xanchor

Only relevant in conjunction with xsizemode set to “pixel”. Specifies the anchor point on the x axis to which x0, x1 and x coordinates within path are relative to. E.g. useful to attach a pixel sized shape to a certain data value. No effect when xsizemode not set to “pixel”.

The ‘xanchor’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xref

Sets the shape’s x coordinate axis. If set to an x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), the x position refers to an x coordinate. If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left side of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right) side. If the axis type is “log”, then you must take the log of your desired range. If the axis type is “date”, then you must convert the date to unix time in milliseconds.

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property xsizemode

Sets the shapes’s sizing mode along the x axis. If set to “scaled”, x0, x1 and x coordinates within path refer to data values on the x axis or a fraction of the plot area’s width (xref set to “paper”). If set to “pixel”, xanchor specifies the x position in terms of data or plot fraction but x0, x1 and x coordinates within path are pixels relative to xanchor. This way, the shape can have a fixed width while maintaining a position relative to data or plot fraction.

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

    [‘scaled’, ‘pixel’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y0

Sets the shape’s starting y position. See type and ysizemode for more info.

The ‘y0’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property y1

Sets the shape’s end y position. See type and ysizemode for more info.

The ‘y1’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yanchor

Only relevant in conjunction with ysizemode set to “pixel”. Specifies the anchor point on the y axis to which y0, y1 and y coordinates within path are relative to. E.g. useful to attach a pixel sized shape to a certain data value. No effect when ysizemode not set to “pixel”.

The ‘yanchor’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yref

Sets the annotation’s y coordinate axis. If set to an y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), the y position refers to an 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).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property ysizemode

Sets the shapes’s sizing mode along the y axis. If set to “scaled”, y0, y1 and y coordinates within path refer to data values on the y axis or a fraction of the plot area’s height (yref set to “paper”). If set to “pixel”, yanchor specifies the y position in terms of data or plot fraction but y0, y1 and y coordinates within path are pixels relative to yanchor. This way, the shape can have a fixed height while maintaining a position relative to data or plot fraction.

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

    [‘scaled’, ‘pixel’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Shape(arg=None, fillcolor=None, layer=None, line=None, name=None, opacity=None, path=None, templateitemname=None, type=None, visible=None, x0=None, x1=None, xanchor=None, xref=None, xsizemode=None, y0=None, y1=None, yanchor=None, yref=None, ysizemode=None, **kwargs)
property fillcolor

Sets the color filling the shape’s interior.

The ‘fillcolor’ 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 layer

Specifies whether shapes are drawn below or above traces.

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

    [‘below’, ‘above’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property line

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.shape.Line

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    Sets the line color.

    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”).

    width

    Sets the line width (in px).

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.shape.Line

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property opacity

Sets the opacity of the shape.

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 path

For type “path” - a valid SVG path with the pixel values replaced by data values in xsizemode/ysizemode being “scaled” and taken unmodified as pixels relative to xanchor and yanchor in case of “pixel” size mode. There are a few restrictions / quirks only absolute instructions, not relative. So the allowed segments are: M, L, H, V, Q, C, T, S, and Z arcs (A) are not allowed because radius rx and ry are relative. In the future we could consider supporting relative commands, but we would have to decide on how to handle date and log axes. Note that even as is, Q and C Bezier paths that are smooth on linear axes may not be smooth on log, and vice versa. no chained “polybezier” commands - specify the segment type for each one. On category axes, values are numbers scaled to the serial numbers of categories because using the categories themselves there would be no way to describe fractional positions On data axes: because space and T are both normal components of path strings, we can’t use either to separate date from time parts. Therefore we’ll use underscore for this purpose: 2015-02-21_13:45:56.789

The ‘path’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property type

Specifies the shape type to be drawn. If “line”, a line is drawn from (x0,`y0`) to (x1,`y1`) with respect to the axes’ sizing mode. If “circle”, a circle is drawn from ((x0`+`x1)/2, (y0`+`y1)/2)) with radius (|(`x0`+`x1`)/2 - `x0`|, |(`y0`+`y1`)/2 -`y0`)|) with respect to the axes’ sizing mode. If “rect”, a rectangle is drawn linking (x0,`y0`), (x1,`y0`), (x1,`y1`), (x0,`y1`), (x0,`y0`) with respect to the axes’ sizing mode. If “path”, draw a custom SVG path using path. with respect to the axes’ sizing mode.

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

    [‘circle’, ‘rect’, ‘path’, ‘line’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

Determines whether or not this shape is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property x0

Sets the shape’s starting x position. See type and xsizemode for more info.

The ‘x0’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property x1

Sets the shape’s end x position. See type and xsizemode for more info.

The ‘x1’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xanchor

Only relevant in conjunction with xsizemode set to “pixel”. Specifies the anchor point on the x axis to which x0, x1 and x coordinates within path are relative to. E.g. useful to attach a pixel sized shape to a certain data value. No effect when xsizemode not set to “pixel”.

The ‘xanchor’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property xref

Sets the shape’s x coordinate axis. If set to an x axis id (e.g. “x” or “x2”), the x position refers to an x coordinate. If set to “paper”, the x position refers to the distance from the left side of the plotting area in normalized coordinates where 0 (1) corresponds to the left (right) side. If the axis type is “log”, then you must take the log of your desired range. If the axis type is “date”, then you must convert the date to unix time in milliseconds.

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property xsizemode

Sets the shapes’s sizing mode along the x axis. If set to “scaled”, x0, x1 and x coordinates within path refer to data values on the x axis or a fraction of the plot area’s width (xref set to “paper”). If set to “pixel”, xanchor specifies the x position in terms of data or plot fraction but x0, x1 and x coordinates within path are pixels relative to xanchor. This way, the shape can have a fixed width while maintaining a position relative to data or plot fraction.

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

    [‘scaled’, ‘pixel’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y0

Sets the shape’s starting y position. See type and ysizemode for more info.

The ‘y0’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property y1

Sets the shape’s end y position. See type and ysizemode for more info.

The ‘y1’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yanchor

Only relevant in conjunction with ysizemode set to “pixel”. Specifies the anchor point on the y axis to which y0, y1 and y coordinates within path are relative to. E.g. useful to attach a pixel sized shape to a certain data value. No effect when ysizemode not set to “pixel”.

The ‘yanchor’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property yref

Sets the annotation’s y coordinate axis. If set to an y axis id (e.g. “y” or “y2”), the y position refers to an 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).

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

    [‘paper’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property ysizemode

Sets the shapes’s sizing mode along the y axis. If set to “scaled”, y0, y1 and y coordinates within path refer to data values on the y axis or a fraction of the plot area’s height (yref set to “paper”). If set to “pixel”, yanchor specifies the y position in terms of data or plot fraction but y0, y1 and y coordinates within path are pixels relative to yanchor. This way, the shape can have a fixed height while maintaining a position relative to data or plot fraction.

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

    [‘scaled’, ‘pixel’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Slider(arg=None, active=None, activebgcolor=None, bgcolor=None, bordercolor=None, borderwidth=None, currentvalue=None, font=None, len=None, lenmode=None, minorticklen=None, name=None, pad=None, steps=None, stepdefaults=None, templateitemname=None, tickcolor=None, ticklen=None, tickwidth=None, transition=None, visible=None, x=None, xanchor=None, y=None, yanchor=None, **kwargs)
property active

Determines which button (by index starting from 0) is considered active.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property activebgcolor

Sets the background color of the slider grip while dragging.

The ‘activebgcolor’ 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 bgcolor

Sets the background color of the slider.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the slider.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property borderwidth

Sets the width (in px) of the border enclosing the slider.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property currentvalue

The ‘currentvalue’ property is an instance of Currentvalue that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Currentvalue

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

    Supported dict properties:

    font

    Sets the font of the current value label text.

    offset

    The amount of space, in pixels, between the current value label and the slider.

    prefix

    When currentvalue.visible is true, this sets the prefix of the label.

    suffix

    When currentvalue.visible is true, this sets the suffix of the label.

    visible

    Shows the currently-selected value above the slider.

    xanchor

    The alignment of the value readout relative to the length of the slider.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Currentvalue

property font

Sets the font of the slider step labels.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Font

property len

Sets the length of the slider This measure excludes the padding of both ends. That is, the slider’s length is this length minus the padding on both ends.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property lenmode

Determines whether this slider length is set in units of plot “fraction” or in *pixels. Use len to set the value.

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

    [‘fraction’, ‘pixels’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property minorticklen

Sets the length in pixels of minor step tick marks

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property pad

Set the padding of the slider component along each side.

The ‘pad’ property is an instance of Pad that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Pad

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

    Supported dict properties:

    b

    The amount of padding (in px) along the bottom of the component.

    l

    The amount of padding (in px) on the left side of the component.

    r

    The amount of padding (in px) on the right side of the component.

    t

    The amount of padding (in px) along the top of the component.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Pad

property stepdefaults

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

The ‘stepdefaults’ property is an instance of Step that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Step

property steps

The ‘steps’ property is a tuple of instances of Step that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Step

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

    Supported dict properties:

    args

    Sets the arguments values to be passed to the Plotly method set in method on slide.

    execute

    When true, the API method is executed. When false, all other behaviors are the same and command execution is skipped. This may be useful when hooking into, for example, the plotly_sliderchange method and executing the API command manually without losing the benefit of the slider automatically binding to the state of the plot through the specification of method and args.

    label

    Sets the text label to appear on the slider

    method

    Sets the Plotly method to be called when the slider value is changed. If the skip method is used, the API slider will function as normal but will perform no API calls and will not bind automatically to state updates. This may be used to create a component interface and attach to slider events manually via JavaScript.

    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.

    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.

    value

    Sets the value of the slider step, used to refer to the step programatically. Defaults to the slider label if not provided.

    visible

    Determines whether or not this step is included in the slider.

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Step]

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property tickcolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the slider.

The ‘tickcolor’ 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 ticklen

Sets the length in pixels of step tick marks

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickwidth

Sets the tick width (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property transition

The ‘transition’ property is an instance of Transition that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Transition

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

    Supported dict properties:

    duration

    Sets the duration of the slider transition

    easing

    Sets the easing function of the slider transition

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Transition

property visible

Determines whether or not the slider is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property x

Sets the x position (in normalized coordinates) of the slider.

The ‘x’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property xanchor

Sets the slider’s horizontal position anchor. This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y

Sets the y position (in normalized coordinates) of the slider.

The ‘y’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property yanchor

Sets the slider’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Slider(arg=None, active=None, activebgcolor=None, bgcolor=None, bordercolor=None, borderwidth=None, currentvalue=None, font=None, len=None, lenmode=None, minorticklen=None, name=None, pad=None, steps=None, stepdefaults=None, templateitemname=None, tickcolor=None, ticklen=None, tickwidth=None, transition=None, visible=None, x=None, xanchor=None, y=None, yanchor=None, **kwargs)
property active

Determines which button (by index starting from 0) is considered active.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property activebgcolor

Sets the background color of the slider grip while dragging.

The ‘activebgcolor’ 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 bgcolor

Sets the background color of the slider.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the slider.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property borderwidth

Sets the width (in px) of the border enclosing the slider.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property currentvalue

The ‘currentvalue’ property is an instance of Currentvalue that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Currentvalue

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

    Supported dict properties:

    font

    Sets the font of the current value label text.

    offset

    The amount of space, in pixels, between the current value label and the slider.

    prefix

    When currentvalue.visible is true, this sets the prefix of the label.

    suffix

    When currentvalue.visible is true, this sets the suffix of the label.

    visible

    Shows the currently-selected value above the slider.

    xanchor

    The alignment of the value readout relative to the length of the slider.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Currentvalue

property font

Sets the font of the slider step labels.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Font

property len

Sets the length of the slider This measure excludes the padding of both ends. That is, the slider’s length is this length minus the padding on both ends.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property lenmode

Determines whether this slider length is set in units of plot “fraction” or in *pixels. Use len to set the value.

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

    [‘fraction’, ‘pixels’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property minorticklen

Sets the length in pixels of minor step tick marks

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property pad

Set the padding of the slider component along each side.

The ‘pad’ property is an instance of Pad that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Pad

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

    Supported dict properties:

    b

    The amount of padding (in px) along the bottom of the component.

    l

    The amount of padding (in px) on the left side of the component.

    r

    The amount of padding (in px) on the right side of the component.

    t

    The amount of padding (in px) along the top of the component.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Pad

property stepdefaults

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

The ‘stepdefaults’ property is an instance of Step that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Step

property steps

The ‘steps’ property is a tuple of instances of Step that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Step

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

    Supported dict properties:

    args

    Sets the arguments values to be passed to the Plotly method set in method on slide.

    execute

    When true, the API method is executed. When false, all other behaviors are the same and command execution is skipped. This may be useful when hooking into, for example, the plotly_sliderchange method and executing the API command manually without losing the benefit of the slider automatically binding to the state of the plot through the specification of method and args.

    label

    Sets the text label to appear on the slider

    method

    Sets the Plotly method to be called when the slider value is changed. If the skip method is used, the API slider will function as normal but will perform no API calls and will not bind automatically to state updates. This may be used to create a component interface and attach to slider events manually via JavaScript.

    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.

    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.

    value

    Sets the value of the slider step, used to refer to the step programatically. Defaults to the slider label if not provided.

    visible

    Determines whether or not this step is included in the slider.

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Step]

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property tickcolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the slider.

The ‘tickcolor’ 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 ticklen

Sets the length in pixels of step tick marks

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickwidth

Sets the tick width (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property transition

The ‘transition’ property is an instance of Transition that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Transition

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

    Supported dict properties:

    duration

    Sets the duration of the slider transition

    easing

    Sets the easing function of the slider transition

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.slider.Transition

property visible

Determines whether or not the slider is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property x

Sets the x position (in normalized coordinates) of the slider.

The ‘x’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property xanchor

Sets the slider’s horizontal position anchor. This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y

Sets the y position (in normalized coordinates) of the slider.

The ‘y’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property yanchor

Sets the slider’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Template(arg=None, data=None, layout=None, **kwargs)
property data

The ‘data’ property is an instance of Data that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.template.Data

property 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:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.template.Layout

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Ternary(arg=None, aaxis=None, baxis=None, bgcolor=None, caxis=None, domain=None, sum=None, uirevision=None, **kwargs)
property aaxis

The ‘aaxis’ property is an instance of Aaxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Aaxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    layer

    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.

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    min

    The minimum value visible on this axis. The maximum is determined by the sum minus the minimum values of the other two axes. The full view corresponds to all the minima set to zero.

    nticks

    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”.

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. ternary.aaxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.ternary.aaxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.ternary.aaxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.aax is.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

    titlefont

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

    uirevision

    Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis min, and title if in editable: true configuration. Defaults to ternary<N>.uirevision.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Aaxis

property baxis

The ‘baxis’ property is an instance of Baxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Baxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    layer

    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.

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    min

    The minimum value visible on this axis. The maximum is determined by the sum minus the minimum values of the other two axes. The full view corresponds to all the minima set to zero.

    nticks

    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”.

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. ternary.baxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.ternary.baxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.ternary.baxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.bax is.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

    titlefont

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

    uirevision

    Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis min, and title if in editable: true configuration. Defaults to ternary<N>.uirevision.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Baxis

property bgcolor

Set the background color of the subplot

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

Returns

Return type

str

property caxis

The ‘caxis’ property is an instance of Caxis that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Caxis

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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.

    dtick

    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”

    exponentformat

    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.

    gridcolor

    Sets the color of the grid lines.

    gridwidth

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

    hoverformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

    layer

    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.

    linecolor

    Sets the axis line color.

    linewidth

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

    min

    The minimum value visible on this axis. The maximum is determined by the sum minus the minimum values of the other two axes. The full view corresponds to all the minima set to zero.

    nticks

    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”.

    separatethousands

    If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

    showexponent

    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.

    showgrid

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

    showline

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

    showticklabels

    Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

    showtickprefix

    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.

    showticksuffix

    Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

    tick0

    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.

    tickangle

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

    tickcolor

    Sets the tick color.

    tickfont

    Sets the tick font.

    tickformat

    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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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

    A tuple of plotly.graph_objects.layout. ternary.caxis.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.ternary.caxis.tickformatstopdefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.ternary.caxis.tickformatstops

    ticklen

    Sets the tick length (in px).

    tickmode

    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).

    tickprefix

    Sets a tick label prefix.

    ticks

    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.

    ticksuffix

    Sets a tick label suffix.

    ticktext

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

    ticktextsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

    tickvals

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

    tickvalssrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

    tickwidth

    Sets the tick width (in px).

    title

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.cax is.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

    titlefont

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

    uirevision

    Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis min, and title if in editable: true configuration. Defaults to ternary<N>.uirevision.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Caxis

property domain

The ‘domain’ property is an instance of Domain that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Domain

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

    Supported dict properties:

    column

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this column in the grid for this ternary subplot .

    row

    If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this row in the grid for this ternary subplot .

    x

    Sets the horizontal domain of this ternary subplot (in plot fraction).

    y

    Sets the vertical domain of this ternary subplot (in plot fraction).

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.ternary.Domain

property sum

The number each triplet should sum to, and the maximum range of each axis

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property uirevision

Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis min and title, if not overridden in the individual axes. Defaults to layout.uirevision.

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Title(arg=None, font=None, pad=None, text=None, x=None, xanchor=None, xref=None, y=None, yanchor=None, yref=None, **kwargs)
property font

Sets the title font. Note that the title’s font used to be customized by the now deprecated titlefont attribute.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.title.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.title.Font

property pad

Sets the padding of the title. Each padding value only applies when the corresponding xanchor/yanchor value is set accordingly. E.g. for left padding to take effect, xanchor must be set to “left”. The same rule applies if xanchor/yanchor is determined automatically. Padding is muted if the respective anchor value is “middle*/*center”.

The ‘pad’ property is an instance of Pad that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.title.Pad

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

    Supported dict properties:

    b

    The amount of padding (in px) along the bottom of the component.

    l

    The amount of padding (in px) on the left side of the component.

    r

    The amount of padding (in px) on the right side of the component.

    t

    The amount of padding (in px) along the top of the component.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.title.Pad

property text

Sets the plot’s title. 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.

The ‘text’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property x

Sets the x position with respect to xref in normalized coordinates from 0 (left) to 1 (right).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property xanchor

Sets the title’s horizontal alignment with respect to its x position. “left” means that the title starts at x, “right” means that the title ends at x and “center” means that the title’s center is at x. “auto” divides xref by three and calculates the xanchor value automatically based on the value of x.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property xref

Sets the container x refers to. “container” spans the entire width of the plot. “paper” refers to the width of the plotting area only.

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

    [‘container’, ‘paper’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y

Sets the y position with respect to yref in normalized coordinates from 0 (bottom) to 1 (top). “auto” places the baseline of the title onto the vertical center of the top margin.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property yanchor

Sets the title’s vertical alignment with respect to its y position. “top” means that the title’s cap line is at y, “bottom” means that the title’s baseline is at y and “middle” means that the title’s midline is at y. “auto” divides yref by three and calculates the yanchor value automatically based on the value of y.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property yref

Sets the container y refers to. “container” spans the entire height of the plot. “paper” refers to the height of the plotting area only.

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

    [‘container’, ‘paper’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Transition(arg=None, duration=None, easing=None, ordering=None, **kwargs)
property duration

The duration of the transition, in milliseconds. If equal to zero, updates are synchronous.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property easing

The easing function used for the transition

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

    [‘linear’, ‘quad’, ‘cubic’, ‘sin’, ‘exp’, ‘circle’, ‘elastic’, ‘back’, ‘bounce’, ‘linear-in’, ‘quad-in’, ‘cubic-in’, ‘sin-in’, ‘exp-in’, ‘circle-in’, ‘elastic-in’, ‘back-in’, ‘bounce-in’, ‘linear-out’, ‘quad-out’, ‘cubic-out’, ‘sin-out’, ‘exp-out’, ‘circle-out’, ‘elastic-out’, ‘back-out’, ‘bounce-out’, ‘linear-in-out’, ‘quad-in-out’, ‘cubic-in-out’, ‘sin-in-out’, ‘exp-in-out’, ‘circle-in-out’, ‘elastic-in-out’, ‘back-in-out’, ‘bounce-in-out’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property ordering

Determines whether the figure’s layout or traces smoothly transitions during updates that make both traces and layout change.

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

    [‘layout first’, ‘traces first’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Uniformtext(arg=None, minsize=None, mode=None, **kwargs)
property minsize

Sets the minimum text size between traces of the same type.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property mode

Determines how the font size for various text elements are uniformed between each trace type. If the computed text sizes were smaller than the minimum size defined by uniformtext.minsize using “hide” option hides the text; and using “show” option shows the text without further downscaling. Please note that if the size defined by minsize is greater than the font size defined by trace, then the minsize is used.

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

    [False, ‘hide’, ‘show’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Updatemenu(arg=None, active=None, bgcolor=None, bordercolor=None, borderwidth=None, buttons=None, buttondefaults=None, direction=None, font=None, name=None, pad=None, showactive=None, templateitemname=None, type=None, visible=None, x=None, xanchor=None, y=None, yanchor=None, **kwargs)
property active

Determines which button (by index starting from 0) is considered active.

The ‘active’ 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]

Returns

Return type

int

property bgcolor

Sets the background color of the update menu buttons.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the update menu.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property borderwidth

Sets the width (in px) of the border enclosing the update menu.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property buttondefaults

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

The ‘buttondefaults’ property is an instance of Button that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Button

property buttons

The ‘buttons’ property is a tuple of instances of Button that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Button

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

    Supported dict properties:

    args

    Sets the arguments values to be passed to the Plotly method set in method on click.

    args2

    Sets a 2nd set of args, these arguments values are passed to the Plotly method set in method when clicking this button while in the active state. Use this to create toggle buttons.

    execute

    When true, the API method is executed. When false, all other behaviors are the same and command execution is skipped. This may be useful when hooking into, for example, the plotly_buttonclicked method and executing the API command manually without losing the benefit of the updatemenu automatically binding to the state of the plot through the specification of method and args.

    label

    Sets the text label to appear on the button.

    method

    Sets the Plotly method to be called on click. If the skip method is used, the API updatemenu will function as normal but will perform no API calls and will not bind automatically to state updates. This may be used to create a component interface and attach to updatemenu events manually via JavaScript.

    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.

    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 button is visible.

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Button]

property direction

Determines the direction in which the buttons are laid out, whether in a dropdown menu or a row/column of buttons. For left and up, the buttons will still appear in left-to-right or top-to-bottom order respectively.

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

    [‘left’, ‘right’, ‘up’, ‘down’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property font

Sets the font of the update menu button text.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Font

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property pad

Sets the padding around the buttons or dropdown menu.

The ‘pad’ property is an instance of Pad that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Pad

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

    Supported dict properties:

    b

    The amount of padding (in px) along the bottom of the component.

    l

    The amount of padding (in px) on the left side of the component.

    r

    The amount of padding (in px) on the right side of the component.

    t

    The amount of padding (in px) along the top of the component.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Pad

property showactive

Highlights active dropdown item or active button if true.

The ‘showactive’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property type

Determines whether the buttons are accessible via a dropdown menu or whether the buttons are stacked horizontally or vertically

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

    [‘dropdown’, ‘buttons’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

Determines whether or not the update menu is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property x

Sets the x position (in normalized coordinates) of the update menu.

The ‘x’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property xanchor

Sets the update menu’s horizontal position anchor. This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y

Sets the y position (in normalized coordinates) of the update menu.

The ‘y’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property yanchor

Sets the update menu’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.Updatemenu(arg=None, active=None, bgcolor=None, bordercolor=None, borderwidth=None, buttons=None, buttondefaults=None, direction=None, font=None, name=None, pad=None, showactive=None, templateitemname=None, type=None, visible=None, x=None, xanchor=None, y=None, yanchor=None, **kwargs)
property active

Determines which button (by index starting from 0) is considered active.

The ‘active’ 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]

Returns

Return type

int

property bgcolor

Sets the background color of the update menu buttons.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

Sets the color of the border enclosing the update menu.

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

Returns

Return type

str

property borderwidth

Sets the width (in px) of the border enclosing the update menu.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property buttondefaults

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

The ‘buttondefaults’ property is an instance of Button that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Button

property buttons

The ‘buttons’ property is a tuple of instances of Button that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Button

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

    Supported dict properties:

    args

    Sets the arguments values to be passed to the Plotly method set in method on click.

    args2

    Sets a 2nd set of args, these arguments values are passed to the Plotly method set in method when clicking this button while in the active state. Use this to create toggle buttons.

    execute

    When true, the API method is executed. When false, all other behaviors are the same and command execution is skipped. This may be useful when hooking into, for example, the plotly_buttonclicked method and executing the API command manually without losing the benefit of the updatemenu automatically binding to the state of the plot through the specification of method and args.

    label

    Sets the text label to appear on the button.

    method

    Sets the Plotly method to be called on click. If the skip method is used, the API updatemenu will function as normal but will perform no API calls and will not bind automatically to state updates. This may be used to create a component interface and attach to updatemenu events manually via JavaScript.

    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.

    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 button is visible.

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Button]

property direction

Determines the direction in which the buttons are laid out, whether in a dropdown menu or a row/column of buttons. For left and up, the buttons will still appear in left-to-right or top-to-bottom order respectively.

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

    [‘left’, ‘right’, ‘up’, ‘down’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property font

Sets the font of the update menu button text.

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Font

property 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.

The ‘name’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property pad

Sets the padding around the buttons or dropdown menu.

The ‘pad’ property is an instance of Pad that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Pad

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

    Supported dict properties:

    b

    The amount of padding (in px) along the bottom of the component.

    l

    The amount of padding (in px) on the left side of the component.

    r

    The amount of padding (in px) on the right side of the component.

    t

    The amount of padding (in px) along the top of the component.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.updatemenu.Pad

property showactive

Highlights active dropdown item or active button if true.

The ‘showactive’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property 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.

The ‘templateitemname’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property type

Determines whether the buttons are accessible via a dropdown menu or whether the buttons are stacked horizontally or vertically

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

    [‘dropdown’, ‘buttons’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

Determines whether or not the update menu is visible.

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property x

Sets the x position (in normalized coordinates) of the update menu.

The ‘x’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property xanchor

Sets the update menu’s horizontal position anchor. This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property y

Sets the y position (in normalized coordinates) of the update menu.

The ‘y’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float in the interval [-2, 3]

Returns

Return type

int|float

property yanchor

Sets the update menu’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the range selector.

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

    [‘auto’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.XAxis(arg=None, anchor=None, automargin=None, autorange=None, calendar=None, categoryarray=None, categoryarraysrc=None, categoryorder=None, color=None, constrain=None, constraintoward=None, dividercolor=None, dividerwidth=None, domain=None, dtick=None, exponentformat=None, fixedrange=None, gridcolor=None, gridwidth=None, hoverformat=None, layer=None, linecolor=None, linewidth=None, matches=None, mirror=None, nticks=None, overlaying=None, position=None, range=None, rangebreaks=None, rangebreakdefaults=None, rangemode=None, rangeselector=None, rangeslider=None, scaleanchor=None, scaleratio=None, separatethousands=None, showdividers=None, showexponent=None, showgrid=None, showline=None, showspikes=None, showticklabels=None, showtickprefix=None, showticksuffix=None, side=None, spikecolor=None, spikedash=None, spikemode=None, spikesnap=None, spikethickness=None, tick0=None, tickangle=None, tickcolor=None, tickfont=None, tickformat=None, tickformatstops=None, tickformatstopdefaults=None, ticklen=None, tickmode=None, tickprefix=None, ticks=None, tickson=None, ticksuffix=None, ticktext=None, ticktextsrc=None, tickvals=None, tickvalssrc=None, tickwidth=None, title=None, titlefont=None, type=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, zeroline=None, zerolinecolor=None, zerolinewidth=None, **kwargs)
property anchor

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.

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

    [‘free’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property automargin

Determines whether long tick labels automatically grow the figure margins.

The ‘automargin’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property autorange

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.

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

    [True, False, ‘reversed’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property calendar

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

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

    [‘gregorian’, ‘chinese’, ‘coptic’, ‘discworld’, ‘ethiopian’, ‘hebrew’, ‘islamic’, ‘julian’, ‘mayan’, ‘nanakshahi’, ‘nepali’, ‘persian’, ‘jalali’, ‘taiwan’, ‘thai’, ‘ummalqura’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property categoryarray

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

The ‘categoryarray’ property is an array that may be specified as a tuple, list, numpy array, or pandas Series

Returns

Return type

numpy.ndarray

property categoryarraysrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for categoryarray .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property categoryorder

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.

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

    [‘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’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

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 constrain

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”.

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

    [‘range’, ‘domain’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property constraintoward

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.

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

    [‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property dividercolor

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

The ‘dividercolor’ 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 dividerwidth

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

The ‘dividerwidth’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property domain

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

The ‘domain’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

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

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

    list

property dtick

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”

The ‘dtick’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property exponentformat

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.

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

    [‘none’, ‘e’, ‘E’, ‘power’, ‘SI’, ‘B’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property fixedrange

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

The ‘fixedrange’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property gridcolor

Sets the color of the grid lines.

The ‘gridcolor’ 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 gridwidth

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property hoverformat

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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

The ‘hoverformat’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property layer

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.

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

    [‘above traces’, ‘below traces’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property linecolor

Sets the axis line color.

The ‘linecolor’ 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 linewidth

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property matches

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.

The ‘matches’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as:
  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property mirror

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.

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

    [True, ‘ticks’, False, ‘all’, ‘allticks’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property nticks

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”.

The ‘nticks’ property is a integer and may be specified as:
  • An int (or float that will be cast to an int) in the interval [0, 9223372036854775807]

Returns

Return type

int

property overlaying

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.

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

    [‘free’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property position

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property range
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.

The ‘range’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

  1. The ‘range[0]’ property accepts values of any type

  2. The ‘range[1]’ property accepts values of any type

    list

property rangebreakdefaults

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

The ‘rangebreakdefaults’ property is an instance of Rangebreak that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Rangebreak

property rangebreaks

The ‘rangebreaks’ property is a tuple of instances of Rangebreak that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Rangebreak

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

    Supported dict properties:

    bounds

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

    dvalue

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

    enabled

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

    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.

    pattern

    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).

    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.

    values

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

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Rangebreak]

property rangemode

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.

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

    [‘normal’, ‘tozero’, ‘nonnegative’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property rangeselector

The ‘rangeselector’ property is an instance of Rangeselector that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Rangeselector

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

    Supported dict properties:

    activecolor

    Sets the background color of the active range selector button.

    bgcolor

    Sets the background color of the range selector buttons.

    bordercolor

    Sets the color of the border enclosing the range selector.

    borderwidth

    Sets the width (in px) of the border enclosing the range selector.

    buttons

    Sets the specifications for each buttons. By default, a range selector comes with no buttons.

    buttondefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.lay out.xaxis.rangeselector.buttondefaults), sets the default property values to use for elements of layout.xaxis.rangeselector.buttons

    font

    Sets the font of the range selector button text.

    visible

    Determines whether or not this range selector is visible. Note that range selectors are only available for x axes of type set to or auto- typed to “date”.

    x

    Sets the x position (in normalized coordinates) of the range selector.

    xanchor

    Sets the range selector’s horizontal position anchor. This anchor binds the x position to the “left”, “center” or “right” of the range selector.

    y

    Sets the y position (in normalized coordinates) of the range selector.

    yanchor

    Sets the range selector’s vertical position anchor This anchor binds the y position to the “top”, “middle” or “bottom” of the range selector.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Rangeselector

property rangeslider

The ‘rangeslider’ property is an instance of Rangeslider that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Rangeslider

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

    Supported dict properties:

    autorange

    Determines whether or not the range slider range is computed in relation to the input data. If range is provided, then autorange is set to False.

    bgcolor

    Sets the background color of the range slider.

    bordercolor

    Sets the border color of the range slider.

    borderwidth

    Sets the border width of the range slider.

    range

    Sets the range of the range slider. If not set, defaults to the full xaxis range. 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.

    thickness

    The height of the range slider as a fraction of the total plot area height.

    visible

    Determines whether or not the range slider will be visible. If visible, perpendicular axes will be set to fixedrange

    yaxis

    plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.range slider.YAxis instance or dict with compatible properties

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Rangeslider

property scaleanchor

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.

The ‘scaleanchor’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as:
  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property scaleratio

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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property separatethousands

If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

The ‘separatethousands’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showdividers

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

The ‘showdividers’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showexponent

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.

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

    [‘all’, ‘first’, ‘last’, ‘none’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property showgrid

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

The ‘showgrid’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showline

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

The ‘showline’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showspikes

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

The ‘showspikes’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showticklabels

Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

The ‘showticklabels’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showtickprefix

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.

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

    [‘all’, ‘first’, ‘last’, ‘none’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property showticksuffix

Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

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

    [‘all’, ‘first’, ‘last’, ‘none’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property side

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

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

    [‘top’, ‘bottom’, ‘left’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property spikecolor

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

The ‘spikecolor’ 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 spikedash

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”).

The ‘spikedash’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • One of the following strings:

    [‘solid’, ‘dot’, ‘dash’, ‘longdash’, ‘dashdot’, ‘longdashdot’]

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property spikemode

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

The ‘spikemode’ property is a flaglist and may be specified as a string containing:

  • Any combination of [‘toaxis’, ‘across’, ‘marker’] joined with ‘+’ characters (e.g. ‘toaxis+across’)

Returns

Return type

Any

property spikesnap

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

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

    [‘data’, ‘cursor’, ‘hovered data’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property spikethickness

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

The ‘spikethickness’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tick0

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.

The ‘tick0’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property tickangle

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

The ‘tickangle’ property is a angle (in degrees) that may be specified as a number between -180 and 180. Numeric values outside this range are converted to the equivalent value (e.g. 270 is converted to -90).

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickcolor

Sets the tick color.

The ‘tickcolor’ 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 tickfont

Sets the tick font.

The ‘tickfont’ property is an instance of Tickfont that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Tickfont

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Tickfont

property tickformat

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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

The ‘tickformat’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property tickformatstopdefaults

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

The ‘tickformatstopdefaults’ property is an instance of Tickformatstop that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Tickformatstop

property tickformatstops

The ‘tickformatstops’ property is a tuple of instances of Tickformatstop that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Tickformatstop

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

    Supported dict properties:

    dtickrange

    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”

    enabled

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

    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.

    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.

    value

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

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Tickformatstop]

property ticklen

Sets the tick length (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickmode

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).

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

    [‘auto’, ‘linear’, ‘array’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property tickprefix

Sets a tick label prefix.

The ‘tickprefix’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property ticks

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.

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

    [‘outside’, ‘inside’, ‘’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property tickson

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.

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

    [‘labels’, ‘boundaries’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property ticksuffix

Sets a tick label suffix.

The ‘ticksuffix’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property ticktext

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

The ‘ticktext’ property is an array that may be specified as a tuple, list, numpy array, or pandas Series

Returns

Return type

numpy.ndarray

property ticktextsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property tickvals

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

The ‘tickvals’ property is an array that may be specified as a tuple, list, numpy array, or pandas Series

Returns

Return type

numpy.ndarray

property tickvalssrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property tickwidth

Sets the tick width (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property title

The ‘title’ property is an instance of Title that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Title

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

    Supported dict properties:

    font

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

    standoff

    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.

    text

    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.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.Title

property titlefont

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

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.xaxis.title.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Type

Deprecated

property type

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.

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

    [‘-‘, ‘linear’, ‘log’, ‘date’, ‘category’, ‘multicategory’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property uirevision

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

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

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

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property zeroline

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.

The ‘zeroline’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property zerolinecolor

Sets the line color of the zero line.

The ‘zerolinecolor’ 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 zerolinewidth

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

The ‘zerolinewidth’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

class plotly.graph_objects.layout.YAxis(arg=None, anchor=None, automargin=None, autorange=None, calendar=None, categoryarray=None, categoryarraysrc=None, categoryorder=None, color=None, constrain=None, constraintoward=None, dividercolor=None, dividerwidth=None, domain=None, dtick=None, exponentformat=None, fixedrange=None, gridcolor=None, gridwidth=None, hoverformat=None, layer=None, linecolor=None, linewidth=None, matches=None, mirror=None, nticks=None, overlaying=None, position=None, range=None, rangebreaks=None, rangebreakdefaults=None, rangemode=None, scaleanchor=None, scaleratio=None, separatethousands=None, showdividers=None, showexponent=None, showgrid=None, showline=None, showspikes=None, showticklabels=None, showtickprefix=None, showticksuffix=None, side=None, spikecolor=None, spikedash=None, spikemode=None, spikesnap=None, spikethickness=None, tick0=None, tickangle=None, tickcolor=None, tickfont=None, tickformat=None, tickformatstops=None, tickformatstopdefaults=None, ticklen=None, tickmode=None, tickprefix=None, ticks=None, tickson=None, ticksuffix=None, ticktext=None, ticktextsrc=None, tickvals=None, tickvalssrc=None, tickwidth=None, title=None, titlefont=None, type=None, uirevision=None, visible=None, zeroline=None, zerolinecolor=None, zerolinewidth=None, **kwargs)
property anchor

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.

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

    [‘free’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property automargin

Determines whether long tick labels automatically grow the figure margins.

The ‘automargin’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property autorange

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.

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

    [True, False, ‘reversed’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property calendar

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

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

    [‘gregorian’, ‘chinese’, ‘coptic’, ‘discworld’, ‘ethiopian’, ‘hebrew’, ‘islamic’, ‘julian’, ‘mayan’, ‘nanakshahi’, ‘nepali’, ‘persian’, ‘jalali’, ‘taiwan’, ‘thai’, ‘ummalqura’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property categoryarray

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

The ‘categoryarray’ property is an array that may be specified as a tuple, list, numpy array, or pandas Series

Returns

Return type

numpy.ndarray

property categoryarraysrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for categoryarray .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property categoryorder

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.

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

    [‘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’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property 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.

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 constrain

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”.

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

    [‘range’, ‘domain’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property constraintoward

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.

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

    [‘left’, ‘center’, ‘right’, ‘top’, ‘middle’, ‘bottom’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property dividercolor

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

The ‘dividercolor’ 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 dividerwidth

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

The ‘dividerwidth’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property domain

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

The ‘domain’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

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

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

    list

property dtick

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”

The ‘dtick’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property exponentformat

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.

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

    [‘none’, ‘e’, ‘E’, ‘power’, ‘SI’, ‘B’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property fixedrange

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

The ‘fixedrange’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property gridcolor

Sets the color of the grid lines.

The ‘gridcolor’ 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 gridwidth

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property hoverformat

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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

The ‘hoverformat’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property layer

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.

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

    [‘above traces’, ‘below traces’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property linecolor

Sets the axis line color.

The ‘linecolor’ 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 linewidth

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property matches

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.

The ‘matches’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as:
  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property mirror

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.

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

    [True, ‘ticks’, False, ‘all’, ‘allticks’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property nticks

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”.

The ‘nticks’ property is a integer and may be specified as:
  • An int (or float that will be cast to an int) in the interval [0, 9223372036854775807]

Returns

Return type

int

property overlaying

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.

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

    [‘free’]

  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property position

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property range
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.

The ‘range’ property is an info array that may be specified as:

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

  1. The ‘range[0]’ property accepts values of any type

  2. The ‘range[1]’ property accepts values of any type

    list

property rangebreakdefaults

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

The ‘rangebreakdefaults’ property is an instance of Rangebreak that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Rangebreak

property rangebreaks

The ‘rangebreaks’ property is a tuple of instances of Rangebreak that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Rangebreak

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

    Supported dict properties:

    bounds

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

    dvalue

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

    enabled

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

    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.

    pattern

    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).

    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.

    values

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

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Rangebreak]

property rangemode

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.

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

    [‘normal’, ‘tozero’, ‘nonnegative’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property scaleanchor

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.

The ‘scaleanchor’ property is an enumeration that may be specified as:
  • A string that matches one of the following regular expressions:

    [‘^x([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’, ‘^y([2-9]|[1-9][0-9]+)?$’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property scaleratio

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.

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property separatethousands

If “true”, even 4-digit integers are separated

The ‘separatethousands’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showdividers

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

The ‘showdividers’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showexponent

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.

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

    [‘all’, ‘first’, ‘last’, ‘none’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property showgrid

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

The ‘showgrid’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showline

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

The ‘showline’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showspikes

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

The ‘showspikes’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showticklabels

Determines whether or not the tick labels are drawn.

The ‘showticklabels’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property showtickprefix

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.

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

    [‘all’, ‘first’, ‘last’, ‘none’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property showticksuffix

Same as showtickprefix but for tick suffixes.

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

    [‘all’, ‘first’, ‘last’, ‘none’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property side

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

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

    [‘top’, ‘bottom’, ‘left’, ‘right’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property spikecolor

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

The ‘spikecolor’ 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 spikedash

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”).

The ‘spikedash’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • One of the following strings:

    [‘solid’, ‘dot’, ‘dash’, ‘longdash’, ‘dashdot’, ‘longdashdot’]

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property spikemode

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

The ‘spikemode’ property is a flaglist and may be specified as a string containing:

  • Any combination of [‘toaxis’, ‘across’, ‘marker’] joined with ‘+’ characters (e.g. ‘toaxis+across’)

Returns

Return type

Any

property spikesnap

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

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

    [‘data’, ‘cursor’, ‘hovered data’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property spikethickness

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

The ‘spikethickness’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tick0

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.

The ‘tick0’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property tickangle

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

The ‘tickangle’ property is a angle (in degrees) that may be specified as a number between -180 and 180. Numeric values outside this range are converted to the equivalent value (e.g. 270 is converted to -90).

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickcolor

Sets the tick color.

The ‘tickcolor’ 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 tickfont

Sets the tick font.

The ‘tickfont’ property is an instance of Tickfont that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Tickfont

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Tickfont

property tickformat

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/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#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”

The ‘tickformat’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property tickformatstopdefaults

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

The ‘tickformatstopdefaults’ property is an instance of Tickformatstop that may be specified as:

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Tickformatstop

property tickformatstops

The ‘tickformatstops’ property is a tuple of instances of Tickformatstop that may be specified as:

  • A list or tuple of instances of plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Tickformatstop

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

    Supported dict properties:

    dtickrange

    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”

    enabled

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

    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.

    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.

    value

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

Returns

Return type

tuple[plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Tickformatstop]

property ticklen

Sets the tick length (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property tickmode

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).

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

    [‘auto’, ‘linear’, ‘array’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property tickprefix

Sets a tick label prefix.

The ‘tickprefix’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property ticks

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.

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

    [‘outside’, ‘inside’, ‘’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property tickson

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.

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

    [‘labels’, ‘boundaries’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property ticksuffix

Sets a tick label suffix.

The ‘ticksuffix’ property is a string and must be specified as:
  • A string

  • A number that will be converted to a string

Returns

Return type

str

property ticktext

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

The ‘ticktext’ property is an array that may be specified as a tuple, list, numpy array, or pandas Series

Returns

Return type

numpy.ndarray

property ticktextsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for ticktext .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property tickvals

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

The ‘tickvals’ property is an array that may be specified as a tuple, list, numpy array, or pandas Series

Returns

Return type

numpy.ndarray

property tickvalssrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for tickvals .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property tickwidth

Sets the tick width (in px).

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property title

The ‘title’ property is an instance of Title that may be specified as:

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Title

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

    Supported dict properties:

    font

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

    standoff

    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.

    text

    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.

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.Title

property titlefont

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

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.layout.yaxis.title.Font

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

    Supported dict properties:

    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”.

    size

Type

Deprecated

property type

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.

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

    [‘-‘, ‘linear’, ‘log’, ‘date’, ‘category’, ‘multicategory’]

Returns

Return type

Any

property uirevision

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

The ‘uirevision’ property accepts values of any type

Returns

Return type

Any

property visible

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

The ‘visible’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property zeroline

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.

The ‘zeroline’ property must be specified as a bool (either True, or False)

Returns

Return type

bool

property zerolinecolor

Sets the line color of the zero line.

The ‘zerolinecolor’ 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 zerolinewidth

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

The ‘zerolinewidth’ property is a number and may be specified as:
  • An int or float

Returns

Return type

int|float