For a line plot (with one line, sorted data) there should be four “options”: both the data and the x-axis can be sorted from high to low and vice versa.
In the example below, I can easily reverse the ‘data’, but not the x-axis (it always starts at 0 in the bottom left corner).
I tried out a few things with
attr(traceorder="reversed"), but was not successful. What am I missing?
using PlotlyJS nn=1000 simulated_data=rand(nn).^3 sort!(simulated_data) probabilityAxis=ones(nn).-collect(1:nn)./nn layout = Layout(;xflip=false) #,legend=attr(traceorder="reversed")) data=scatter(x=probabilityAxis,y=simulated_data) PlotlyJS.plot(data,layout) #this works as expected data=scatter(x=probabilityAxis,y=reverse(simulated_data)) PlotlyJS.plot(data,layout) #this looks the same as the previous plot. Why? data=scatter(x=reverse(probabilityAxis),y=simulated_data) PlotlyJS.plot(data,layout)