I started using the new Plotly Violin Plot Node and I am loving it so far. I just have one question is it possible to have two populations shown on the same X without combining them into one violin plot. In other words, can I have two separate violin plots shown and colored differently while on the same X. I thought if I used the color manager to color each of the two populations the node would make two different plots but it just combined the data into 1. I have it currently set up to where it makes two separate plots on two different X’s but it would be cooler to display them on the same.
Hi there @ReidF,
This should be possible. In node configuration under Options there is Group-By column drop-down option. Define your grouping column and you will get multiple plots on same X
Check this example from KNIME Hub.
Thank you for the suggestion, however, it did not properly work. I checked your workflow and it has the same “problem” as mine (not a problem really its a feature). For example, using your workflow I want to display bad and good quality overlayed on one another not separated. I uploaded what my violin plot looks like, as its give a better sense of why I want them on the same X. The range slider is quite nice though and I will definitely implement that in my own workflow
Hi there @ReidF,
ok. I understand now what are you trying to get but still not getting why you want it to overlap. What will you see with overlapping that you can’t see now?
I don’t think there is any additional insight gained from simply overlaying them its just I want to generate hundreds of these and in terms of space allocation its easier to visualize when they are the same X.