Hi all,

I have data comprised of start and end times for meetings, and I wanted to create a histogram to count the number of meetings in a bin of time. I have used numpyâ€™s `np.histogram()`

as an elegant solution to binning and creating a histogram out of my data. This takes in an array of data and a number of bins and returns an array with the values of the histogram and an array with the edges of the bins.

Hereâ€™s an example of the inputs and outputs (the number of bins is 3 here):

Now, I would like to plot it using the lovely plotly. However, I am having trouble porting it over with `px.histogram()`

. I used the `nbins`

argument on my first attempt, but this gave me automated bins, when I already have the bins from `np.histogram()`

. Not only that, but my histogram values werenâ€™t plotting correctly. I also tried using the inputs in `fig.update_traces()`

from this answer, but once again, my histogram values werenâ€™t plotting correctly.

Iâ€™d like to have a nice way to take the binning that `np.histogram()`

has already done for me and plot it with `px.histogram`

, or even in another Plotly histogram plot. Iâ€™d appreciate any help I can get.

Thank you so much!