I am looking into Python plotly for visualizing scatter plots of data where some data points are much closer than the size of the visual dots representing them and some may even be at the same coordinates multiple times.
However additional data related to these points which I want to show in the hover box may be different.
I have been using the hvPlot library for this previously which will show stacked hover boxes for ALL overlapping points under the cursor. This is what is useful and what actually represents the data.
But Plotly will only show the hover box for one of the overlapping or identical points. Is there a way to change the behavior to show all the hover boxes for these points?
Here is what it looks with Plotly on the Iris dataset:
Here is what it looks with hvPlot on the same dataset, same point(s):