While there’s no visibility toggle for this at the moment, the attribute rangefont can be used to reduce saliency even to zero, for example, by specifying a font color with zero alpha, quick example: https://codepen.io/monfera/pen/xLNqXN
Font size almost works too, but that has a minimum value of 1 (plotly.js custom), so that’s not completely invisible. Wondering if maybe reducing the allowed minimum size to 0 would be useful for purposes like this - @etienne ?
The next issue is that my variable names are longish and the first one is getting clipped. This doesn’t happen in your JS mockup, even when the longest var name is moved to the 1st column. As far as I can tell, this is because you specify pad=[80,80,80,80], which is not possible via the go.Parcoord API. If this is the solution, perhaps that keyword should be passed through as well. Thanks!