Plotly graphs in R
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Utkarsha • 0

Is there any function or way in plotly library in R to stretch out a portion of the X axis in the static graph. Many data points are scattered around a particular interval in the xasis, so I want to zoom into that particular interval, keeping the other part constant.

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my plot, I want to expand the xasis between 0 to 1000

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desired output- how the Xaxis from -50 to 0 is stretched compared to the rest of the axis

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You can try plotting in log10 scale.

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I have negative numbers in my dataset. Log is not applicable to negative numbers.

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It is difficult to second guess your data. Post some data. You can also try either by limiting x scale or coord_cartesian to zoom onto region of interest. If you want to retain all the values, try pseudo_log_trans from scales package.

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