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Latex In Plot Labels?

Latex in plot labels?

I tried different things, like adding r'{LATEXCODE}' but it does not seem to get recognized. Am I missing something?

I am using the tensorboard.writer for my plotting needs.

Posted 2 years ago
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according to https://plotly.com/python/v3/LaTeX/ plotly should support Latex in labels since 3.6.0

Posted 2 years ago

TrickyRaccoon92 I didn't know that 🙂
where did you try to add it? did you report a plotly figure or is it with report_???

Posted 2 years ago

Hi AgitatedDove14 - I used the Tensorboard writer.scalars function. Haven't tried the Plotly natively, but I guess its the same, since I imagine you're just doing a passthrough.

Posted 2 years ago

TrickyRaccoon92 the title provided by write.scalars is also a representing string for the specific metric. This is more than just a title on the plot itself.
It means that this will be the name of the scalar metric (title/series combination) .
Is that your intention, or is it for viewing purpose only?

Posted 2 years ago

Hi TrickyRaccoon92
Are you sure plotly (the front-end module displaying the plots in the UI) supports it ?

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