plotly.graph_objects.Sunburst

class plotly.graph_objects.Sunburst(arg=None, branchvalues=None, count=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, domain=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, insidetextfont=None, insidetextorientation=None, labels=None, labelssrc=None, leaf=None, level=None, marker=None, maxdepth=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, outsidetextfont=None, parents=None, parentssrc=None, stream=None, text=None, textfont=None, textinfo=None, textsrc=None, texttemplate=None, texttemplatesrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, values=None, valuessrc=None, visible=None, **kwargs)
__init__(arg=None, branchvalues=None, count=None, customdata=None, customdatasrc=None, domain=None, hoverinfo=None, hoverinfosrc=None, hoverlabel=None, hovertemplate=None, hovertemplatesrc=None, hovertext=None, hovertextsrc=None, ids=None, idssrc=None, insidetextfont=None, insidetextorientation=None, labels=None, labelssrc=None, leaf=None, level=None, marker=None, maxdepth=None, meta=None, metasrc=None, name=None, opacity=None, outsidetextfont=None, parents=None, parentssrc=None, stream=None, text=None, textfont=None, textinfo=None, textsrc=None, texttemplate=None, texttemplatesrc=None, uid=None, uirevision=None, values=None, valuessrc=None, visible=None, **kwargs)

Construct a new Sunburst object

Visualize hierarchal data spanning outward radially from root to leaves. The sunburst sectors are determined by the entries in “labels” or “ids” and in “parents”.

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

  • branchvalues – Determines how the items in values are summed. When set to “total”, items in values are taken to be value of all its descendants. When set to “remainder”, items in values corresponding to the root and the branches sectors are taken to be the extra part not part of the sum of the values at their leaves.

  • count – Determines default for values when it is not provided, by inferring a 1 for each of the “leaves” and/or “branches”, otherwise 0.

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

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

  • domainplotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Domain instance or dict with compatible properties

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

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

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

  • hovertemplate – Template string used for rendering the information that appear on hover box. Note that this will override hoverinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Formatting.md#d3_format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time- format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#format for details on the date formatting syntax. The variables available in hovertemplate are the ones emitted as event data described at this link https://plotly.com/javascript/plotlyjs-events/#event- data. Additionally, every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables currentPath, root, entry, percentRoot, percentEntry and percentParent. Anything contained in tag <extra> is displayed in the secondary box, for example “<extra>{fullData.name}</extra>”. To hide the secondary box completely, use an empty tag <extra></extra>.

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

  • hovertext – Sets hover text elements associated with each sector. If a single string, the same string appears for all data points. If an array of string, the items are mapped in order of this trace’s sectors. To be seen, trace hoverinfo must contain a “text” flag.

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

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

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

  • insidetextfont – Sets the font used for textinfo lying inside the sector.

  • insidetextorientation – Controls the orientation of the text inside chart sectors. When set to “auto”, text may be oriented in any direction in order to be as big as possible in the middle of a sector. The “horizontal” option orients text to be parallel with the bottom of the chart, and may make text smaller in order to achieve that goal. The “radial” option orients text along the radius of the sector. The “tangential” option orients text perpendicular to the radius of the sector.

  • labels – Sets the labels of each of the sectors.

  • labelssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for labels .

  • leafplotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Leaf instance or dict with compatible properties

  • level – Sets the level from which this trace hierarchy is rendered. Set level to '' to start from the root node in the hierarchy. Must be an “id” if ids is filled in, otherwise plotly attempts to find a matching item in labels.

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

  • maxdepth – Sets the number of rendered sectors from any given level. Set maxdepth to “-1” to render all the levels in the hierarchy.

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

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

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

  • opacity – Sets the opacity of the trace.

  • outsidetextfont – Sets the font used for textinfo lying outside the sector. This option refers to the root of the hierarchy presented at the center of a sunburst graph. Please note that if a hierarchy has multiple root nodes, this option won’t have any effect and insidetextfont would be used.

  • parents – Sets the parent sectors for each of the sectors. Empty string items ‘’ are understood to reference the root node in the hierarchy. If ids is filled, parents items are understood to be “ids” themselves. When ids is not set, plotly attempts to find matching items in labels, but beware they must be unique.

  • parentssrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for parents .

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

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

  • textfont – Sets the font used for textinfo.

  • textinfo – Determines which trace information appear on the graph.

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

  • texttemplate – Template string used for rendering the information text that appear on points. Note that this will override textinfo. Variables are inserted using %{variable}, for example “y: %{y}”. Numbers are formatted using d3-format’s syntax %{variable:d3-format}, for example “Price: %{y:$.2f}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Formatting.md#d3_format for details on the formatting syntax. Dates are formatted using d3-time-format’s syntax %{variable|d3-time- format}, for example “Day: %{2019-01-01|%A}”. https://github.com/d3/d3-3.x-api- reference/blob/master/Time-Formatting.md#format for details on the date formatting syntax. Every attributes that can be specified per-point (the ones that are arrayOk: true) are available. variables currentPath, root, entry, percentRoot, percentEntry, percentParent, label and value.

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

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

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

  • values – Sets the values associated with each of the sectors. Use with branchvalues to determine how the values are summed.

  • valuessrc – Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for values .

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

Returns

Return type

Sunburst

plotly.graph_objects.sunburst

plotly.graph_objects.sunburst

class plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Domain(arg=None, column=None, row=None, x=None, y=None, **kwargs)
property column

If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this column in the grid for this sunburst trace .

The ‘column’ 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 row

If there is a layout grid, use the domain for this row in the grid for this sunburst trace .

The ‘row’ 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 x
Sets the horizontal domain of this sunburst trace (in plot

fraction).

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

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

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

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

    list

property y
Sets the vertical domain of this sunburst trace (in plot

fraction).

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

  • a list or tuple of 2 elements where:

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

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

    list

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

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

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

    [‘left’, ‘right’, ‘auto’]

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

Returns

Return type

Any|numpy.ndarray

property alignsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for align .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bgcolor

Sets the background color of the hover labels for this trace

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

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

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

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

  • A named CSS color:

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

  • A list or array of any of the above

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property bgcolorsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for bgcolor .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property bordercolor

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

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

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

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

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

  • A named CSS color:

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

  • A list or array of any of the above

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property bordercolorsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for bordercolor .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property font

Sets the font used in hover labels.

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

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

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    colorsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for color .

    family

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

    familysrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for family .

    size

    sizesrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for size .

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.hoverlabel.Font

property namelength

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

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|numpy.ndarray

property namelengthsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for namelength .

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

Returns

Return type

str

class plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Insidetextfont(arg=None, color=None, colorsrc=None, family=None, familysrc=None, size=None, sizesrc=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

  • A list or array of any of the above

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property colorsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for color .

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

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

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

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property familysrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for family .

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

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]

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

Returns

Return type

int|float|numpy.ndarray

property sizesrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for size .

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

Returns

Return type

str

class plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Leaf(arg=None, opacity=None, **kwargs)
property opacity

Sets the opacity of the leaves. With colorscale it is defaulted to 1; otherwise it is defaulted to 0.7

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

class plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Marker(arg=None, autocolorscale=None, cauto=None, cmax=None, cmid=None, cmin=None, coloraxis=None, colorbar=None, colors=None, colorscale=None, colorssrc=None, line=None, reversescale=None, showscale=None, **kwargs)
property autocolorscale

Determines whether the colorscale is a default palette (autocolorscale: true) or the palette determined by marker.colorscale. Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array. 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 colors) or the bounds set in marker.cmin and marker.cmax Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array. Defaults to false when marker.cmin and marker.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. Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array. Value should have the same units as colors and if set, marker.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 marker.cmin and/or marker.cmax to be equidistant to this point. Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array. Value should have the same units as colors. Has no effect when marker.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. Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array. Value should have the same units as colors and if set, marker.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 coloraxis

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

The ‘coloraxis’ property is an identifier of a particular subplot, of type ‘coloraxis’, that may be specified as the string ‘coloraxis’ optionally followed by an integer >= 1 (e.g. ‘coloraxis’, ‘coloraxis1’, ‘coloraxis2’, ‘coloraxis3’, etc.)

Returns

Return type

str

property colorbar

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

  • An instance of plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.marker.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.sunburs t.marker.colorbar.Tickformatstop instances or dicts with compatible properties

    tickformatstopdefaults

    When used in a template (as layout.template.dat a.sunburst.marker.colorbar.tickformatstopdefaul ts), sets the default property values to use for elements of sunburst.marker.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.sunburst.marker.co lorbar.Title instance or dict with compatible properties

    titlefont

    Deprecated: Please use sunburst.marker.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 sunburst.marker.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.sunburst.marker.ColorBar

property colors

Sets the color of each sector of this trace. If not specified, the default trace color set is used to pick the sector colors.

The ‘colors’ property is an array that may be specified as a tuple, list, numpy array, or pandas Series

Returns

Return type

numpy.ndarray

property colorscale

Sets the colorscale. Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array. 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`marker.cmin` and marker.cmax. Alternatively, colorscale may be a palette name string of the following list: Greys,YlGnBu,Greens,YlOrRd,B luered,RdBu,Reds,Blues,Picnic,Rainbow,Portland,Jet,Hot,Blackbod y,Earth,Electric,Viridis,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 colorssrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for colors .

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

Returns

Return type

str

property line

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

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

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

    Supported dict properties:

    color

    Sets the color of the line enclosing each sector. Defaults to the paper_bgcolor value.

    colorsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for color .

    width

    Sets the width (in px) of the line enclosing each sector.

    widthsrc

    Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for width .

Returns

Return type

plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.marker.Line

property reversescale

Reverses the color mapping if true. Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array. If true, marker.cmin will correspond to the last color in the array and marker.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. Has an effect only if colorsis set to a numerical array.

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

Returns

Return type

bool

class plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Outsidetextfont(arg=None, color=None, colorsrc=None, family=None, familysrc=None, size=None, sizesrc=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

  • A list or array of any of the above

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property colorsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for color .

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

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

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

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property familysrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for family .

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

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]

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

Returns

Return type

int|float|numpy.ndarray

property sizesrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for size .

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

Returns

Return type

str

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

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

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

Returns

Return type

int|float

property token

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

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

Returns

Return type

str

class plotly.graph_objects.sunburst.Textfont(arg=None, color=None, colorsrc=None, family=None, familysrc=None, size=None, sizesrc=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

  • A list or array of any of the above

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property colorsrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for color .

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

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

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

Returns

Return type

str|numpy.ndarray

property familysrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for family .

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

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]

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

Returns

Return type

int|float|numpy.ndarray

property sizesrc

Sets the source reference on Chart Studio Cloud for size .

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

Returns

Return type

str