In Plotly, you can center the title of a plot by setting the title.x attribute to 0.5 and the title.xref attribute to “paper”.
Here’s an example of how you can center the title of a plot in Plotly:
import plotly.express as px # Create a sample plot df = px.data.tips() fig = px.scatter(df, x="total_bill", y="tip", color="smoker") # Center the title fig.update_layout( title=dict( text="Tips Dataset", font=dict(size=24), x=0.5, xref="paper" ) ) # Show the plot fig.show()
In this example, we use Plotly Express to create a scatter plot of the tips dataset, and then we update the plot layout to center the title. The text attribute sets the title text, font sets the font size, x sets the title x position, and xref sets the x reference. Finally, we show the plot using the show method of the figure object.