This is a follow up question to the following post. I am adding more details in this question hoping it help to get an answer.
Even if Plotly cannot do it under certain circumstances, It helps me to know, so I won’t spend time to keep lookking for it.
Updated question with additional detail:
I learned that I can add some really useful options to Plotly’s modebar using a code like this:
import plotly.graph_objects as go import plotly.express as px df = px.data.iris() fig = px.scatter(df, x='petal_width', y='sepal_length', color='species') fig.update_layout( dragmode='drawopenpath', newshape_line_color='cyan', title_text='Draw a path to separate versicolor and virginica', modebar_add=['drawline', 'drawopenpath', 'drawclosedpath', 'drawcircle', 'drawrect', 'eraseshape' ] )
However, still I am looking for options to add the hovermode options (like
fig.update_layout(hovermode="x unified") ) to the modbar. On youtube I’ve seen people have the hovermode buttons on the modbar like the following screenshot:
How can I add buttons pointed above to my Plotly Python scatter charts?
Any help would be appreciated,