I have 3 different chart types on 1 chart using plotly express. I have bar chart, scatter-plot and horizontal line graph. Is it possible to automatically adjust the bar chart with to the size of scatter plot marker size?
I looked around in the API reference and found that you can specify the
width property of the bar plot using an array
bar = go.Bar(y=[1,2,3], x=[2, 4, 6], width=[1, 0.5, 1.5])
But for the scatter plot, it is not that straightforward. You also have the
size property for the marker, just like the bar plot, but it doesn’t translate directly to the size of the marker. You also have the
sizemode property which can be either
area and the
sizeref property, which I don’t really understand.
Example for scatter plot:
scatter = go.Scatter( y=[1, 2, 3], x=[2, 4, 6], mode="markers", marker=dict( size=[10, 50, 60], sizemode="area", sizeref=0.15, ), )
So to answer your question, you possibly could do it using the properties that I’ve pointed out, just I don’t know if the complexity is worth it