I see a plenty of examples how to generate linked panning plots with python or scala, however cannot find any with standalone BokehJS. I’d appreciate if someone can supply a simple example.
Unfortunately we do not currently have the resources or person-power to do justice to the JS interface, the way I would like to. I am hoping some new contributors will be interested to join the team who could help develop the JS API and docs to a much higher level, because realistically that is what it is going to take to get the work done. I apologize that I do not have the bandwidth to try and work up a complete example (I have to prepare materials for an upcoming conference) but I will say that to have linked panning in Bokeh, it is achieved by sharing ranges between plots. The "default" ranges are stored on the a plot's frame object:
You can pass these as "x_range" and "y_range" atributes when you create a second Plot:
If you are using the JQ "bokeh" function, unfortunately it looks like code to accept existing ranges is commented out for some reason:
uncommenting that might allow passing in existing ranges to work with the JQ plugin as well.
On Apr 15, 2015, at 4:41 AM, zhihui <[email protected]> wrote:
I see a plenty of examples how to generate linked panning plots with python or scala, however cannot find any with standalone BokehJS. I'd appreciate if someone can supply a simple example.
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