I’ve plotted my data using parallel coordinates, but I do not like that the words in the last dimension overlap too much. I was looking for ways to set a fixed gap in between each tick so the tick labels are readable, but I don’t find anything like that in the documentation.
Here’s a screenshot to the plot:
You can find my code (with only that dimension) below:
data = [ go.Parcoords( line = dict(color = frquency_colors, colorscale='Jet', showscale = True, colorbar = dict( nticks=key_max if key_max < 3 else None, title = 'Frequencies', titleside = 'top', ticks = 'outside', thickness = 15, ), ), dimensions = list([ ..., dict(label='Target Word', ticktext=target_word_labels, tickvals=target_word_indexes, values=target_word_index_sequence) ]) ) ]
Any help is welcomed and appreciated.