Styler.bar(self, subset=None, axis=0, color='#d65f5f', width=100, align='left', vmin=None, vmax=None)[source]
Parameters: subset : IndexSlice, optional A valid slice for data to limit the style application to. axis : {0 or ‘index’, 1 or ‘columns’, None}, default 0 apply to each column (axis=0 or 'index'), to each row (axis=1 or 'columns'), or to the entire DataFrame at once with axis=None. color : str or 2-tuple/list If a str is passed, the color is the same for both negative and positive numbers. If 2-tuple/list is used, the first element is the color_negative and the second is the color_positive (eg: [‘#d65f5f’, ‘#5fba7d’]). width : float, default 100 A number between 0 or 100. The largest value will cover width percent of the cell’s width. align : {‘left’, ‘zero’,’ mid’}, default ‘left’ How to align the bars with the cells. ‘left’ : the min value starts at the left of the cell. ‘zero’ : a value of zero is located at the center of the cell. ‘mid’ : the center of the cell is at (max-min)/2, or if values are all negative (positive) the zero is aligned at the right (left) of the cell. New in version 0.20.0. vmin : float, optional Minimum bar value, defining the left hand limit of the bar drawing range, lower values are clipped to vmin. When None (default): the minimum value of the data will be used. New in version 0.24.0. vmax : float, optional Maximum bar value, defining the right hand limit of the bar drawing range, higher values are clipped to vmax. When None (default): the maximum value of the data will be used. New in version 0.24.0. self : Styler