I would like to add a vertical line to my chart corresponding to the mean, median or standard deviation using plotly. I was able to do it with ggplot2 and then transformed it to plotly with ggplotly but didn't work as I expected. Anyone knows how to do it with just plotly?
plotly's API, the function I think you want is
If you check Carson's
plotly book, there's a section where he talks about how you can extend
ggplotly() to accomplish this--just scroll down a bit and you'll see a section where
ggplotly() pipes into an
add_function() call where you can use
add_segments()--hope that helps!
edit: I think that it's worth the time to learn how
plotly's API works--it can be really rewarding!
Thank you so much! I'm going to try this.
Yes, my real problem is that I don't know how this API really works but I'm certainly going to take some time and study how plotly works =)
It can be really intimidating; so don't worry! You got this!