I haven't found a way to do this other than using several single horizontal bar charts. The "heigth" of the bars is only relevant in comparison with their neighbours. Ideally 3-6 bar charts should fit inside with the possibility to plot standard error or standard deviations.
This is the data to be plotted, computational draw in % compared between several units of a node. So a bar could have 1 uniform length (of say 1-2cm) and each bar would then be x% as long as the maximum length, depending on the values provided.
These occur in 3 node or 6 node blocks, but a solution to one can probably be adapted to the other. A standard deviation would be useful on every bar, fixed to the center of a bar's head (like this but rotated right by 90°)
Can this be done with