I made this sunburst chart:
labels=["Type of Admission", "Other Medical", "Post Surgery", "Adult", "Pediatric",
"Readmission", "Post Cath", "adult", "pediatric", "Pre-Operative"],
parents=["","Type of Admission","Type of Admission","Post Surgery","Post Surgery",
"Type of Admission","Type of Admission","Post Cath","Post Cath","Type of Admission"],
values=[sum(count.values()),count['Other Medical'],(count['Adult Post Surgery']+count['Pediatric Post Surgery']),
count['Adult Post Surgery'],count['Pediatric Post Surgery'],
count['Readmission'],(count['Adult Post Cath']+count['Pediatric Post Cath']),
count['Adult Post Cath'],count['Pediatric Post Cath'],count['Pre-Operative']],
fig= fig.update_layout(title_text="Type Of Admission (2019-Q2)",margin = dict(t=0, l=0, r=0, b=0))
I want to label sector percentage from the total. How this could happen?
Hello @Mahmoud_Housam, welcome to the forum! You have several possible modes for textinfo, which are
Any combination of ['label', 'text', 'value', 'current path', 'percent root', 'percent entry', 'percent parent'] joined with '+' characters (I found this info by giving a mode which was not valid, the error message is actually very informative). For example:
import plotly.graph_objects as go
labels=["Eve", "Cain", "Seth", "Enos", "Noam", "Abel", "Awan", "Enoch", "Azura"],
parents=["", "Eve", "Eve", "Seth", "Seth", "Eve", "Eve", "Awan", "Eve" ],
values=[10, 14, 12, 10, 2, 6, 6, 4, 4],
# Update layout for tight margin
# See https://plot.ly/python/creating-and-updating-figures/
fig.update_layout(margin = dict(t=0, l=0, r=0, b=0))
Hope this helps!
This is great @Emmanuelle !
Do you know if we have something similar for px.sunburst? to show percentage.
Otherwise I will have to reformat my data table into something go.sunburt can accept as un input which I find very complicate and there is no material here show how to do it.
fig = px.sunburst(....)
There you go!
Thank you! you are my hero!
-You can use Any combination of [‘label’, ‘text’, ‘value’, ‘current path’, ‘percent root’, ‘percent entry’, ‘percent parent’] joined with ‘+’ characters
In your case
Hi, where did you include the dataset in your code? I am trying to build a sunburst graph with a list of values, but I don’t understand where did you add the dataset?
I join this conversation hoping to be helpful to everyone.
How do I, in such a graph, hide the percentage of the parents and keep only the one of children? by setting “label + value” I have the percentages everywhere, I would like only to display the ones of children and keep for relatives only the label.
I hope for your help,
thank you very much
Hi @aleven - I have the same question than you, did you find a solution?
I would also need to display the
textinfo (as percentage) but only at a given layer of the Sunburst - in my case the outer layer.
@empet - I have done some object inspection but I don’t seem to be able to find this
textinfo item to update it upon my needs, any ideas? I am using
Hi LouizZanjroz, I didn’t find a solution unfortunately. I finally solved the problem by representing my data differently