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main.py
notebook.ipynb
main.rs
from plotapi import Chord

Chord(matrix, names).show()

API for coders

Reverse gradients

Depending on our data, it may make more sense to reverse the gradient directions used for colouring the links.


Sample data

Let’s import PlotAPI and load our sample data.

from plotapi import Sankey

links = [
    {"source":"Group A", "target":"Rank 1", "value": 1000},
    {"source":"Group B", "target":"Rank 1", "value": 300},
    {"source":"Group B", "target":"Rank 2", "value": 600},
    {"source":"Group B", "target":"Rank 3", "value": 400},
    {"source":"Rank 1", "target":"Club A", "value": 700},
    {"source":"Rank 1", "target":"Club B", "value": 400},
    {"source":"Rank 1", "target":"Club C", "value": 200},
    {"source":"Rank 2", "target":"Club B", "value": 200},
    {"source":"Rank 2", "target":"Club C", "value": 400},
    {"source":"Rank 3", "target":"Withdrawn", "value": 400},
    {"source":"Club A", "target":"The Most Amazing Prize", "value": 500},
]

Demonstration

The gradient directions can be controlled with the reverse_gradients parameter. Setting it to True will reverse them.

Sankey(links, reverse_gradients=True).show()
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