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  1. Data Management
  2. DM-6907

XYPlot density plot with log scale - bin size is not reflected correctly

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    • Status: Won't Fix
    • Resolution: Done
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      XYPlot with the large number of points does not display correctly when log scale is selected. When log scale is selected, binning on the server should be using the logs, so that the bins are the same size on the log scale.

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            tjenness Tim Jenness added a comment -

            gpdf this ticket has popped up as an old untouched ticket at CCB. Can you please comment on its status?

            tjenness Tim Jenness added a comment - gpdf this ticket has popped up as an old untouched ticket at CCB. Can you please comment on its status?

            This ticket is about a valid topic but should be rephrased as a request to more clearly distinguish between logarithmic binning and logarithmic display of binned data.

            The current version of Plotly appears to display linearly-binned data correctly when displayed on a log scale - that is, the bin sizes in the display vary appropriately.

            Nonlinear/nonuniform binning introduces questions of whether the bin values should still be shown as counts or restated as densities (respecting the Jacobian).

            Closing as "Won't Fix" and opening a new ticket that clarifies the issue.

            gpdf Gregory Dubois-Felsmann added a comment - This ticket is about a valid topic but should be rephrased as a request to more clearly distinguish between logarithmic binning and logarithmic display of binned data. The current version of Plotly appears to display linearly-binned data correctly when displayed on a log scale - that is, the bin sizes in the display vary appropriately. Nonlinear/nonuniform binning introduces questions of whether the bin values should still be shown as counts or restated as densities (respecting the Jacobian). Closing as "Won't Fix" and opening a new ticket that clarifies the issue.

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              tatianag Tatiana Goldina
              tatianag Tatiana Goldina
              Gregory Dubois-Felsmann, Tatiana Goldina, Tim Jenness
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