I have a figure in plotly.py with some geoplots and have some legends. Apart from the ones I have, I want to have an addition in there with marker = ( ) and name=‘some text’. All the marker types I could find was round. So, I couldn’t hack by creating an empty geoplot with these features and activate the showlegend. Any solution?
Hi @tcokyasar indeed there is no parenthesis symbol for markers. You can get a visualization of available symbols by doing for example
import plotly.graph_objects as go fig = go.Figure() for i in range(45): fig.add_trace(go.Scatter(x=[i], y=, marker_symbol=i, marker_color='black', showlegend=False)) fig.add_trace(go.Scatter(x=[i], y=, marker_symbol=100 + i, marker_color='black', showlegend=False)) fig.show()
Could you instead use an annotation as a workaround? You could use any text inside an annotation. See for example https://plot.ly/python/text-and-annotations/#styling-and-coloring-annotations