I was hoping that you could do this by getting the mouse x & y off a
TapTool callback, but I don't think you can.
A workaround is to plot invisible glyphs (square markers, circles,
whatever) on the same plot and attach a TapTool to them, then when you
tap, you'll be able to get data from them and make whatever calls you
want to update the data.
On 10/25/15 7:53 PM, [email protected] wrote:
I am working in a research group in which we are trying to create a data
visualization tool which uses image plots. To make the tool more helpful
it would be great to be able to get the mouse position on the image
after the user clicks on it and send that information to the Bokeh
server so it can update the data with relevant information, is there any
way to do this?
Thank you for the help!
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