I’m trying to plot a dual Y axis plot with a mm:ss on the Y1 axis.
As you can see in the graph, plotly isn’t sorting the hh:mm:ss values correctly.
If i leave the data as “seconds”, it will display fine.
If I convert seconds to a python timedelta and put into the list as a str and format as a date on the axis, I get this bizarre result. 1:49 gets sorted as the lowest value instead of where it belongs.
I’m looking for a way to have seconds display as mm:ss on a y access via the python API.
Plotly.py doesn’t have specific support for the
timedelta type. I think you could use a
datetime array and then format the ticks to only display hh:mm:ss (using the
Feel free to add a reproducible example if you’d like help working through the details,
Thanks! That did the trick. White iterating over the values in the CSV, I just used this:
and formatted the axis with:
range=[min(Pace)-datetime.timedelta(seconds=20), max(Pace) + datetime.timedelta(seconds=20)]
and everything worked as expected.