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  1. Parth Dhoble says:

    ""ValueError: All arguments should have the same length. The length of argument `wide_variable_0` is 1, whereas the length of previously-processed arguments ['time'] is 121546 "" I am getting this error while plotting my datasheet.
    So can u guide me for solutions.

  2. Maria Gabriela Aponte says:

    Hi Adam, your videos really help me with a lot of questions, but i have a doubt, how can "split" or show two Div in the same "line". I have a Graph inside a div, and a description of that graph, but the description is showing under the graph, not next to… In your video show the className = nine columns but didnt solve my problem, can you helpme? And thanks for all your content

  3. satya narayan pardhi says:

    Hi Adam,
    It's a really a great video yaar.
    One doubt , please help me.
    Actually here I am try with two drop down from different columns(ex: 1st from CUISINE DESCRIPTION and 2nd from BORO).
    And I am trying out to create figure as per the selection of drop down.
    When I am selecting from 1st drop down figure is working fine, but while selecting from BORO not working.

    I think issue is with 'callback –> buildgraph function' on below steps:
    df[(df['CUISINE DESCRIPTION']==first_cuisine)|

    (df['CUISINE DESCRIPTION']==second_cuisine)|
    Could you please help me out?

  4. Jeetendra Singh says:

    Hi – I am displaying a graph which selects data based on a drop down using callback . In addition I am using line-group option to select or deselect different Data segments. By default all the segments are displayed on the graph which makes the graph very busy. The requirement is to only display one segment to start with and then user can select the other segments as well . Appreciate any inputs.
    Regards
    Jeet

  5. Gowtham says:

    Good afternoon!

    I have the following dataset:

    Year,Sport,Surface,Distance,RaceName,FinishTime

    I have followed one of your videos and Plotly Python documentation to create the following Box chart. RaceName is the x axis and FinishTime is the y axis.

    https://sgowtham.com/assets/races/Overall_RaceRecords.html

    The underlying dataset / CSV file is here:

    https://sgowtham.com/assets/races/Overall_RaceRecords.csv

    What I am trying to achieve is (a) default view of all years, all sports, all surfaces, all distances, and (b) create a drop down list each for Years, Sports, Surfaces and Distances.

    If a year, say, 2020 is selected from the dropdown list, I'd like the chart to show all race names and times from 2020. If a sport, say Run, is selected, the chart should then update to show only running races from 2020. And so on.

    Would you please be wiling to make a tutorial for accomplishing this? It could be a simple one with just Year and Sport dropdown, and I can then extend the concept to other criteria. Please let me know. Thank you in advance for your time and help.

  6. Gabriel Tagore says:

    I 'm trying to do a line chart with a multi options dropdown but the options in the dropdown are not filtering the lines in the chart, instead, it have multiple lines on the right side of the line chart which are doing the work the dropdown supposed to do. Could someone have any tips to help me? Btw great video 🙂

  7. Peter Mcphail says:

    how would you graph a multi line chart if the data set had each cuisine and the inspection date as their own column headers and the scores filled each column? I'm having trouble figuring out how I would have a different line per cuisine. I know 'x' would be 'INSPECTION DATE' but what would 'y' be? I've tried assigning a list to 'y', aka ['Japenese','American','Idian'] but it doesn't seem to work.

    The .csv would look something like this:
    Inspection Date Japenese American Idian
    3/6/2018 23 5 21
    3/7/2019 11 18 20
    3/8/2020 23 18 19
    3/9/2021 32 13 34
    3/10/2022 24 13 13
    3/11/2023 21 4 37
    3/12/2024 24 22 12

  8. Vidya Ratan says:

    Hi Adam! Thank you for this super informative video, really appreciate it.
    I'm trying to add a date picker range to the code but I'm not sure what the callback would be.
    The dataframe 'dff' is for filtering with the Dropdown as you've explained.
    I added another dataframe 'dff2' for start_date and end_date (got it from your date picker range video) but I'm not sure how to combine these 2 dataframes in line() function. Please help me out

  9. tigerhoosk says:

    Is it possible to have drop down option to show a line chart of the unfiltered data ?
    Currently I have build a line plot having filtered data using drop down and it works pretty well. But I having problem to show a plot with all the data in.

    It will be great if you give me some hints and pointers.

    Thanks in advance !!

  10. Marcos Rod says:

    Is there a way to have a dropdown where it changes the graph? Such as going from line graph to bar graph, and then having another dropdown where you can change the data that will be in the graphs? So in a sense having two dropdowns. One for picking different data and another to change the graph.

  11. Praveen Kumar says:

    Hey bro great work, this video really made my day.!! 🙂
    Just a few questions, What about multiple selection with a single drop down? Why are we using three drop downs? If multiple selection is possible how should we modify the Callback??

  12. Adnan Wadekar says:

    Hi Charming data your videos are fantastic could u please make a video on drop down with histogram or barchart so what i want to learn is when ever a user selects a drop down a particular bar graph related to that appeaser

  13. Jonathan Tan says:

    Great tutorial again and easy to follow. 🙂 Is it possible to customize the annotation for Plotly express and is there an elegant way to deal with 0 data line (say I do not want the line to plot from 0 to x value as it will look ugly if there are many data later on)?

  14. Uni 13 says:

    Hello. I have the css file in the asset folder which is in the same folder as my py.file, but the layout does not change according to the css file. It's like it is not even reading it. Do you have any idea why it could be happening? Thanks!

  15. evileyelive lumix says:

    Thanks for your video.
    I have another question that came into my mind when I finished practicing your code, which I want to see the score by multiple selections/options. E.g. apart from the CUISINE DESCRIPTION, I also want to check the result by BORO to see the CUISINE score in different boroughs, so that there will be another dropdown needed. I added another dropdown in html, and in callback. However, it did not work as expected, here is the main part code:

    @app.callback(

    Output('our_graph','figure'),

    [Input('borough_selection', 'value'),

    Input('cuisine_one','value'),

    Input('cuisine_two','value'),

    Input('cuisine_three','value')]

    )

    def build_graph(boro_selection, first_cuisine, second_cuisine, third_cuisine):

    filter_boro_df = df[df['BORO']==boro_selection]

    dff=filter_boro_df[(filter_boro_df['CUISINE DESCRIPTION']==first_cuisine)|

    (filter_boro_df['CUISINE DESCRIPTION']==second_cuisine)|

    (filter_boro_df['CUISINE DESCRIPTION']==third_cuisine)]

    fig = px.line(dff, x="INSPECTION DATE", y="SCORE", color='CUISINE DESCRIPTION', height=600)

    fig.update_layout(yaxis={'title':'NEGATIVE POINT'},

    title={'text':'Restaurant Inspections in NYC',

    'font':{'size':28},'x':0.5,'xanchor':'center'})

    will you have time to help with this a bit?
    Thanks

  16. Eon Lee says:

    Your Video helped me a lot!

    Just one question.

    If I want to make drop down 'CUSINE DESCRIPTION (CAMIS)'
    It works if I do it as below
    {'label': x, 'value': x} for x in [i + " " + "(" + j + ")" for i, j in zip(CUSINE DESCRIPTION, CAMIS)]
    Then how do I make the value become CUSINE DESCRIPTION ?

    Does that value equal to
    [(Input('cusine_one', 'value') ?
    and how does this value follow up on def build graph(first_cusine, second_cusine, third_cusine)?

    In my case I want to use that value to be affected to def build graph(value) as string.
    How can I do this?

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