Unable to Display error bars

Hi everyone
I am pltting a simple graph using plotly(offline) . I want to display y axis values corresponding to x axis values along with error bars in y axis . I am using error_y to plot the errors . However I am able to plot the x,y coordinates but I am not getting the error bars in in my final result . I am using following code :

`   graphs = [     
               x=[1, 2, 3],
               y=[2, 1, 3],
               array=[1, 2, 3],

Then I am converting to JSON using follwing and sending Json to front end for dispay ;

ids = ['graph-{}'.format(i) for i, _ in enumerate(graphs)] graphJSON = json.dumps(graphs, cls=plotly.utils.PlotlyJSONEncoder)

Can someone help me :frowning:

graphJSON looks like :
[{"layout": {"title": ""}, "data": [{"type": "scatter", "y": [2, 1, 3], "error_y": {"type": "data", "array": [1, 2, 3], "visible": true}, "x": [1, 2, 3]}]}]

That’s strange.

Can you replicate the example shown on this page https://plot.ly/python/error-bars/ ?

Actually I have copied the same code from over there … In my index.html (that i am using to display plot) I am u sing the following code . This might make myself clear !


 <div class="hello" id="section" >

<script type="text/javascript">
    var graphs = {{graphJSON | safe}};
    var ids = {{ids | safe}};
    for(var i in graphs) {
        Plotly.plot("section", // the id of the div, created above
                    graphs[i].layout || {});

 </script>  </div>

Do You find anything wrong over here :frowning:
I am new to plotly :slight_smile:

You might need to brush on up on your JavaScript.

That filename='basic-error-bar' won’t work.

Oh I am really sorry , actually I have removed that from original code … But still it doesnot work for me :frowning:
I have edited my above comment accordingly :slight_smile:

Can you your browser console and see if any errors are getting logged?

No there are no errors :frowning:

can you add a console.log(graphs) before the Plotly.plot call and while at it, add a console.log(Plotly.version) too ?

Click anywhere in the chart. next to the chart, and then check the Error Bars box. (Clear the box to remove error bars.) To change the error amount shown, click the arrow next to Error Bars, and then pick an option.

Rachel Gomez