when y axis is set to log, trace is not displayed in the range slider. Following is an example of the situation:
Thanks very much for this report.
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You’re very welcome. Thanks for taking care of the issue.
There is another issue with the chart, which has been raised before of the forum. That is that the y range doesn’t update as a new x range is selected with the range slider. If it’s already solved, I would appreciate the reference to the solution. Otherwise, It would be great if it could be addressed, as the chart loses its power. For instance, in my example, when a couple or months are selected, the trace becomes a flat line.
You mean something like: http://codepen.io/etpinard/pen/WpOmjP ?
Thanks for the folllow up Etienne.
In the example (http://codepen.io/etpinard/pen/WpOmjP), the y range becomes [0,1] after a short time. If a short x range from the slider is selected, the displayed trace could become quasi flat:
In the above case an update of the y axis range would be required for a better display of the trace.
Following is an example of the desired behavior:
When loaded, the graph is set to display an x range for the last 17 years of available data, in this case 1999-2017. The y range becomes [0, 160] (no preset/hardcoded range).
Then, when a new x range is selected with the range slider, the y range is updated so that the trace fills a good portion of the y range.
(link to the graph: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/graph/?g=7162)
It would be nice to have the option in plot.ly to update or not the y axis range as the displayed trace(s) y range change. That is, to have the y axis range behave like currently (no update), or an option to have the y axis range updated.
I think you’re asking for something similar to https://github.com/plotly/plotly.js/issues/387
Can you confirm?
Not really. It is more an update of the y axis range when the x axis range is changed. The issue was raised before in Update y axis domain when zoomed on x axis