I am plotting x,y data (L_vals,mean_t) in this case…how can I change the size of the black dots (data points)? fig, ax = plt.subplots() ax.errorbar(L_vals, mean_t, xerr=0, yerr=var_t, fmt=’-o’,capsize =2, linewidth = .5, c = ‘black’,ecolor = ‘red’,elinewidth = 2) ax.set_xlabel(‘L’) ax.set_ylabel(‘Tau’) Source: Python..

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How can I add error bars to a scatterplot, and control the color of the error bar? For example, I have this dataframe: import pandas as pd import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import matplotlib.ticker as ticker import seaborn as sns df = pd.DataFrame( { "id": [1, 2, 3, 4], "x_mid": [0.5, 0.6, 0.2, 0.1], "x_low": [0.41, ..

This question is closely related to an earlier one that I posted. I would like to draw confidence intervals for each bar within subplots of a figure, using the information from two columns in my data frame describing the upper and lower limit of each confidence interval. I tried to use the solution from that ..

I have originally used numpy function .std on my dataframe to obtain standard deviation and plot it using matplotlib. Later, I have tried making the same graph using seaborn. The two graphs looked close enough until I overlayed them and found that all error bars from seaborn are smaller – the difference being more pronounced ..

I’ve found several similar questions, for example: Python – Plotting Error Bar Chart with Uneven Errors (High and Low) But when I was trying with my data, I got some weird results. I have an original dataframe dotvalue: ticker AAPL AMD BIDU GOOGL IXIC MSFT NDXT NVDA NXPI QCOM SWKS TXN 5 0.222649 3.512100e-02 0.043558 ..

I need to plot data with continuous error bands. I would like to use Plotly Express in the same way as plotly.express.scatter, but instead of error bars to get continuous error bands. With "continuous error bands" I am talking about this: Source: Python..

I’m trying to code the equation in figure using Python. The plus/ minus sign refers to some error function and should be indicated using error bars. The plot doesn’t look right. Can you please help. enter image description here import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from math import sqrt """ Errors Min and Max """ values1 = ..

I am trying to get error bars on a 3D scatter plot I have. I have seen this topic on here ‘Plotting columns of an list or array with scatter3D in python’ However mine is an array of z values with a corresponding array of error values. Here is the code import pandas as pd ..

This is a question similar to my earlier post, but I really have no idea how to do that (so I didn’t include my code). Suppose I have a quadratic function y = 0.06(+/- 0.16)x**2-0.65(+/-0.04)x+1.2(+/-0.001) The numbers after +/- sign represent the errors of each coefficient. I wonder how can I plot the exact function ..

I have a dictionary that look as follows: my_dict={2:((4, 0.56),(8, 0.75)), 6:((3, 0.05),(5, 0.46)), 7: ((4, 0.99),(1, 0.56))} I want to create a line plot with error bars : with dictionary keys on x axis and values on y axis. Further the items of the first tuple for every value need to be in one ..

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