Bokeh: How to change extra axis visibility

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I know I can turn axes on and off in bokeh with p1.xaxis.visible = None or p1.yaxis.visible = None from Hide Axis in Bokeh. What if I have an extra y range I want to change the visibility of? I’ve defined my extra axis like this:

plot.extra_y_ranges = {'ORP': Range1d(start=0, end=plot_d['y_axis2_max'])}
plot.add_layout(LinearAxis(y_range_name='ORP', axis_label='ORP, mV'), 'left')

I tried plot.extra_y_ranges.visible = None but it has no effect, and I wasn’t able to find anything in the documentation. Have I missed something?

Thanks all for your advice!

Try this:

extra_axis = LinearAxis(y_range_name='ORP', axis_label='ORP, mV')
plot.extra_y_ranges = {'ORP': Range1d(start=0, end=plot_d['y_axis2_max'])}
plot.add_layout(extra_axis, 'left')
extra_axis.visible = None

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On 7/31/16 11:44 AM, wrote:

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Taking this here from Stack
Overflow
:

up votedown votefavorite

                  I know I

can turn axes on and off in bokeh with p1.xaxis.visible = None or p1.yaxis.visible = None from Hide
Axis in Bokeh
. What if I have an extra y
range I want to change the visibility of? I’ve
defined my extra axis like this:

plot.extra_y_ranges = {'ORP': Range1d(start=0, end=plot_d['y_axis2_max'])}
plot.add_layout(LinearAxis(y_range_name='ORP', axis_label='ORP, mV'), 'left')

I tried plot.extra_y_ranges.visible = None but
it has no effect, and I wasn’t able to find
anything in the documentation. Have I missed
something?

Thanks all for your advice!

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Hi

Thank you- this helped no end, however these may be a problem with it. If you have say 3 axes and you make the middle one invisible then a gap is left between the remaining two. Is it possible to make it so that they move up to close up the gap?

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On Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 3:09:19 PM UTC+2, Sarah Bird wrote:

Try this:

extra_axis = LinearAxis(y_range_name='ORP', axis_label='ORP, mV')
plot.extra_y_ranges = {'ORP': Range1d(start=0, end=plot_d['y_axis2_max'])}
plot.add_layout(extra_axis, 'left')
extra_axis.visible = None

On 7/31/16 11:44 AM, [email protected] > wrote:

Taking this here from Stack
Overflow
:

up votedown votefavorite

                  I know I

can turn axes on and off in bokeh with p1.xaxis.visible = None or p1.yaxis.visible = None from Hide
Axis in Bokeh
. What if I have an extra y
range I want to change the visibility of? I’ve
defined my extra axis like this:

plot.extra_y_ranges = {'ORP': Range1d(start=0, end=plot_d['y_axis2_max'])}
plot.add_layout(LinearAxis(y_range_name='ORP', axis_label='ORP, mV'), 'left')

I tried plot.extra_y_ranges.visible = None but
it has no effect, and I wasn’t able to find
anything in the documentation. Have I missed
something?

Thanks all for your advice!

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