Explain line charts in plotly.
line charts in this each data point is represented as a vertex which is nothing but the location given by the x and y columns, function for it is "px.line". Lets understand this with practical implementation.
import plotly.express as px
Sample_data = px.data.iris()
fig = px.line(Sample_data, x="sepal_length", y="petal_length", color="species", line_group="species", hover_name="species", line_shape="spline", render_mode="svg", )
Here in the above figure:
X - determine the column to be plotted on X-axis.
Y - determine the column to be plotted on Y-axis.
color - will plot the points in colored on graph according to the column that we have mentioned.
hover_name - should be a column name, here we have given "species" column which will gives the details about the data.
line_group - Values from this are used to group rows of the data_frame into line.
line_shape - can be 'linear' or 'spline'.
render_mode - the data should be a string, One of 'auto', 'svg' or 'webgl', default 'auto' Controls the browser API used to draw marks. 'svg' is appropriate for figures of less than 1000 data points, and will allow for fully-vectorized output.'webgl' is likely necessary for acceptable performance above 1000 points but rasterizes part of the output. 'auto' uses heuristics to choose the mode.