Button redirects to new page

Hi!

I’m dealing with a strange occurrence where clicking buttons redirects my web browser. The buttons are coded as such:

		do_integral_button = Button(label = "Calibration Integral")

		save_flexDPE_button = Button(label = "Save file for FlexPDE")

		do_integral_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group, x_box = text_input_xval_integral, y_box = text_input_yval_integral: self.integrate(identity, radio, x_box, y_box))

		save_flexDPE_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group: self.write_to_flexPDE(identity, radio))

The lambda structures are to capture context when setting callbacks in a loop.

And the callbacks are coded like this.

def integrate(self,  attrname, radio, x_box, y_box):

	element = radio.labels[radio.active]

	source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")

	lower_xlim = float(x_box.value)

	lower_ylim = float(y_box.value)

	x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])

	y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])

	x_change = x[x>lower_xlim]

	y_change = y[len(y)-len(x_change):]

	integral = np.trapz(y_change, x = x_change)

	print(integral)

def write_to_flexPDE(self, attrname, radio):

	element = radio.labels[radio.active]

	source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")  #attr_id+"_"+dataset["sample element"]+"_source"

	x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])

	y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])

	path_to_direct = os.getcwd()

	path_to_flex = path_to_direct + "/data_files/FlexPDE/"

	write_to_filename = path_to_flex+attrname+ "_"+element+".txt"

	file_object = open(write_to_filename, "w+")

	file_object.write("X %i \n" %len(x))

	for item in x:

		file_object.write("%1.3f " %item)

	file_object.write("\nData {u} \n")

	for item in y:

		file_object.write("%1.1e " %item)

	file_object.close()

When I click the buttons in the browser the “Save file for FlexPDE” button redirects to what seems to be the address of the active item of the radio group:

http://localhost:5006/?RadioGroup-0595A745D07443EA9CBA83A56CC91910=0

And the other button, labeled Calibration Integral redirects to:

http://localhost:5006/?

So I’m wondering what kind of weird instance I’ve set up for myself.

With sincere thanks,

Robert

I have no idea why that should happen (and have never seen anything like that happen). Is it possible to provide a minimal runnable code sample that reproduces this behavior?

Bryan

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On Feb 18, 2016, at 10:08 AM, Robert <[email protected]> wrote:

Hi!

I'm dealing with a strange occurrence where clicking buttons redirects my web browser. The buttons are coded as such:

      do_integral_button = Button(label = "Calibration Integral")
      save_flexDPE_button = Button(label = "Save file for FlexPDE")

      do_integral_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group, x_box = text_input_xval_integral, y_box = text_input_yval_integral: self.integrate(identity, radio, x_box, y_box))

      save_flexDPE_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group: self.write_to_flexPDE(identity, radio))

The lambda structures are to capture context when setting callbacks in a loop.
And the callbacks are coded like this.

  def integrate(self, attrname, radio, x_box, y_box):

    element = radio.labels[radio.active]
    source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")

    lower_xlim = float(x_box.value)
    lower_ylim = float(y_box.value)

    x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
    y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])

    x_change = x[x>lower_xlim]
    y_change = y[len(y)-len(x_change):]

    integral = np.trapz(y_change, x = x_change)

    print(integral)

  def write_to_flexPDE(self, attrname, radio):
    element = radio.labels[radio.active]

    source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source") #attr_id+"_"+dataset["sample element"]+"_source"

    x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
    y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])

    path_to_direct = os.getcwd()
    path_to_flex = path_to_direct + "/data_files/FlexPDE/"
    write_to_filename = path_to_flex+attrname+ "_"+element+".txt"

    file_object = open(write_to_filename, "w+")

    file_object.write("X %i \n" %len(x))
    
    for item in x:
      file_object.write("%1.3f " %item)

    file_object.write("\nData {u} \n")

    for item in y:
      file_object.write("%1.1e " %item)

    file_object.close()

When I click the buttons in the browser the "Save file for FlexPDE" button redirects to what seems to be the address of the active item of the radio group:
                http://localhost:5006/?RadioGroup-0595A745D07443EA9CBA83A56CC91910=0

And the other button, labeled Calibration Integral redirects to:
                http://localhost:5006/?

So I'm wondering what kind of weird instance I've set up for myself.

With sincere thanks,
Robert

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Hi,

I have come across this as well and have been meaning to post on it. Here is a minimal example that I think recreates the behavior Robert is describing - i.e it redirects the page from http://localhost:5006/bokeh_button_test to http://localhost:5006/bokeh_button_test? (although it seems that even clicking the button example on the Bokeh user guide has the same effect: http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/interaction.html#button)

···

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from bokeh.models.widgets import Button

from bokeh.io import curdoc,vform

def button_handler():

print “you clicked me

button = Button(label=‘Click me’, type=‘primary’)

button.on_click(button_handler)

plots = vform(button)

curdoc().add_root(plots)

__

If I run the code, and click the button I get the following output:

bokeh serve --show bokeh_button_test/

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:Allowed Host headers: [‘localhost:5006’]

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:These host origins can connect to the websocket: [‘localhost:5006’]

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:Patterns are: [(’/bokeh_button_test/?’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.doc_handler.DocHandler’>, {‘application_context’: <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, ‘bokeh_websocket_path’: ‘/bokeh_button_test/ws’}), (’/bokeh_button_test/ws’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.ws.WSHandler’>, {‘application_context’: <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, ‘bokeh_websocket_path’: ‘/bokeh_button_test/ws’}), (’/bokeh_button_test/autoload.js’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.autoload_js_handler.AutoloadJsHandler’>, {‘application_context’: <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, ‘bokeh_websocket_path’: ‘/bokeh_button_test/ws’}), (’/static/(.*)’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.static_handler.StaticHandler’>)]

INFO:bokeh.command.subcommands.serve:Starting Bokeh server on port 5006 with applications at paths [’/bokeh_button_test’]

INFO:tornado.access:200 GET /bokeh_button_test (::1) 21.19ms

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection opened

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:Receiver created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerHandler created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerConnection created

DEBUG:bokeh.server.session:Sending pull-doc-reply from session ‘r4NyMoroxkywM9L4SebVqpFjqfHYG3qu7GerDctD1Th0’

you clicked me

INFO:tornado.access:200 GET /bokeh_button_test? (::1) 2.90ms

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection closed: code=None, reason=None

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection opened

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:Receiver created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerHandler created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerConnection created

DEBUG:bokeh.server.session:Sending pull-doc-reply from session ‘uPMweprZr8QoOoGuJX1kkdgo3mlXFGF2Zed2TlxtnmKq’

I did some searching on this and found that if I changed the HTML code for the button from:

<button class=​"bk-bs-btn bk-bs-btn-primary" >​Click me​​

to:

<button class=​"bk-bs-btn bk-bs-btn-primary" type=​"button">​Click me​​

Then the button would work as expected and no longer redirects the page:

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:[pid 12774] 1 clients connected

you clicked me

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:[pid 12774] 1 clients connected

BUT, HTML coding is outside of my knowledge so I have no idea if this is the correct way to fix this or what other effects this might have. Hopefully this helps though.

If it matters, I’m using a Mac with OSX 10.9 and Safari, but the same problem occurs in Firefox.

Joe

On Friday, February 19, 2016 at 8:25:56 AM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

I have no idea why that should happen (and have never seen anything like that happen). Is it possible to provide a minimal runnable code sample that reproduces this behavior?

Bryan

On Feb 18, 2016, at 10:08 AM, Robert [email protected] wrote:

Hi!

I’m dealing with a strange occurrence where clicking buttons redirects my web browser. The buttons are coded as such:

                    do_integral_button = Button(label = "Calibration Integral")
                    save_flexDPE_button = Button(label = "Save file for FlexPDE")
                    do_integral_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group, x_box = text_input_xval_integral, y_box = text_input_yval_integral: self.integrate(identity, radio, x_box, y_box))
                    save_flexDPE_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group: self.write_to_flexPDE(identity, radio))

The lambda structures are to capture context when setting callbacks in a loop.
And the callbacks are coded like this.

    def integrate(self,  attrname, radio, x_box, y_box):
            element = radio.labels[radio.active]
            source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")

            lower_xlim = float(x_box.value)
            lower_ylim = float(y_box.value)
            x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
            y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])
            x_change = x[x>lower_xlim]
            y_change = y[len(y)-len(x_change):]
            integral = np.trapz(y_change, x = x_change)
            print(integral)
    def write_to_flexPDE(self, attrname, radio):
            element = radio.labels[radio.active]
            source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")  #attr_id+"_"+dataset["sample element"]+"_source"
            x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
            y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])
            path_to_direct = os.getcwd()
            path_to_flex = path_to_direct + "/data_files/FlexPDE/"
            write_to_filename = path_to_flex+attrname+ "_"+element+".txt"
            file_object = open(write_to_filename, "w+")
            file_object.write("X %i \n" %len(x))
            for item in x:
                    file_object.write("%1.3f " %item)

            file_object.write("\nData {u} \n")
            for item in y:
                    file_object.write("%1.1e " %item)

            file_object.close()

When I click the buttons in the browser the “Save file for FlexPDE” button redirects to what seems to be the address of the active item of the radio group:
http://localhost:5006/?RadioGroup-0595A745D07443EA9CBA83A56CC91910=0

And the other button, labeled Calibration Integral redirects to:

            [http://localhost:5006/](http://localhost:5006/)?

So I’m wondering what kind of weird instance I’ve set up for myself.

With sincere thanks,

Robert


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Yes, please definitely make GH issue with this information.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Feb 19, 2016, at 9:57 AM, Joe <[email protected]> wrote:

Hi,

I have come across this as well and have been meaning to post on it. Here is a minimal example that I think recreates the behavior Robert is describing - i.e it redirects the page from http://localhost:5006/bokeh_button_test to http://localhost:5006/bokeh_button_test? (although it seems that even clicking the button example on the Bokeh user guide has the same effect: http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/interaction.html#button)

__
from bokeh.models.widgets import Button
from bokeh.io import curdoc,vform

def button_handler():
    print "***you clicked me***"

button = Button(label='Click me', type='primary')
button.on_click(button_handler)

plots = vform(button)

curdoc().add_root(plots)
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If I run the code, and click the button I get the following output:

bokeh serve --show bokeh_button_test/
DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:Allowed Host headers: ['localhost:5006']
DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:These host origins can connect to the websocket: ['localhost:5006']
DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:Patterns are: [('/bokeh_button_test/?', <class 'bokeh.server.views.doc_handler.DocHandler'>, {'application_context': <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, 'bokeh_websocket_path': '/bokeh_button_test/ws'}), ('/bokeh_button_test/ws', <class 'bokeh.server.views.ws.WSHandler'>, {'application_context': <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, 'bokeh_websocket_path': '/bokeh_button_test/ws'}), ('/bokeh_button_test/autoload.js', <class 'bokeh.server.views.autoload_js_handler.AutoloadJsHandler'>, {'application_context': <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, 'bokeh_websocket_path': '/bokeh_button_test/ws'}), ('/static/(.*)', <class 'bokeh.server.views.static_handler.StaticHandler'>)]
INFO:bokeh.command.subcommands.serve:Starting Bokeh server on port 5006 with applications at paths ['/bokeh_button_test']
INFO:tornado.access:200 GET /bokeh_button_test (::1) 21.19ms
INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection opened
DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:Receiver created for Protocol(u'1.0')
DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerHandler created for Protocol(u'1.0')
INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerConnection created
DEBUG:bokeh.server.session:Sending pull-doc-reply from session 'r4NyMoroxkywM9L4SebVqpFjqfHYG3qu7GerDctD1Th0'
***you clicked me***
INFO:tornado.access:200 GET /bokeh_button_test? (::1) 2.90ms
INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection closed: code=None, reason=None
INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection opened
DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:Receiver created for Protocol(u'1.0')
DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerHandler created for Protocol(u'1.0')
INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerConnection created
DEBUG:bokeh.server.session:Sending pull-doc-reply from session 'uPMweprZr8QoOoGuJX1kkdgo3mlXFGF2Zed2TlxtnmKq'

I did some searching on this and found that if I changed the HTML code for the button from:

<button class=​"bk-bs-btn bk-bs-btn-primary" >​Click me​</button>​

to:

<button class=​"bk-bs-btn bk-bs-btn-primary" type=​"button">​Click me​</button>​

Then the button would work as expected and no longer redirects the page:

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:[pid 12774] 1 clients connected
***you clicked me***
DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:[pid 12774] 1 clients connected

BUT, HTML coding is outside of my knowledge so I have no idea if this is the correct way to fix this or what other effects this might have. Hopefully this helps though.

If it matters, I'm using a Mac with OSX 10.9 and Safari, but the same problem occurs in Firefox.

Joe

On Friday, February 19, 2016 at 8:25:56 AM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
I have no idea why that should happen (and have never seen anything like that happen). Is it possible to provide a minimal runnable code sample that reproduces this behavior?

Bryan

> On Feb 18, 2016, at 10:08 AM, Robert <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> Hi!
>
> I'm dealing with a strange occurrence where clicking buttons redirects my web browser. The buttons are coded as such:
>
>
> do_integral_button = Button(label = "Calibration Integral")
> save_flexDPE_button = Button(label = "Save file for FlexPDE")
>
> do_integral_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group, x_box = text_input_xval_integral, y_box = text_input_yval_integral: self.integrate(identity, radio, x_box, y_box))
>
> save_flexDPE_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group: self.write_to_flexPDE(identity, radio))
>
>
> The lambda structures are to capture context when setting callbacks in a loop.
> And the callbacks are coded like this.
>
> def integrate(self, attrname, radio, x_box, y_box):
>
> element = radio.labels[radio.active]
> source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")
>
> lower_xlim = float(x_box.value)
> lower_ylim = float(y_box.value)
>
> x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
> y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])
>
> x_change = x[x>lower_xlim]
> y_change = y[len(y)-len(x_change):]
>
> integral = np.trapz(y_change, x = x_change)
>
> print(integral)
>
> def write_to_flexPDE(self, attrname, radio):
> element = radio.labels[radio.active]
>
> source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source") #attr_id+"_"+dataset["sample element"]+"_source"
>
> x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
> y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])
>
> path_to_direct = os.getcwd()
> path_to_flex = path_to_direct + "/data_files/FlexPDE/"
> write_to_filename = path_to_flex+attrname+ "_"+element+".txt"
>
> file_object = open(write_to_filename, "w+")
>
> file_object.write("X %i \n" %len(x))
>
> for item in x:
> file_object.write("%1.3f " %item)
>
> file_object.write("\nData {u} \n")
>
> for item in y:
> file_object.write("%1.1e " %item)
>
> file_object.close()
>
>
> When I click the buttons in the browser the "Save file for FlexPDE" button redirects to what seems to be the address of the active item of the radio group:
> http://localhost:5006/?RadioGroup-0595A745D07443EA9CBA83A56CC91910=0
>
> And the other button, labeled Calibration Integral redirects to:
> http://localhost:5006/?
>
> So I'm wondering what kind of weird instance I've set up for myself.
>
>
> With sincere thanks,
> Robert
>
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Done. Here’s the link for anyone looking for it - https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/issues/3895

Joe

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On Friday, February 19, 2016 at 10:37:49 AM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Yes, please definitely make GH issue with this information.

Thanks,

Bryan

On Feb 19, 2016, at 9:57 AM, Joe [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I have come across this as well and have been meaning to post on it. Here is a minimal example that I think recreates the behavior Robert is describing - i.e it redirects the page from http://localhost:5006/bokeh_button_test to http://localhost:5006/bokeh_button_test? (although it seems that even clicking the button example on the Bokeh user guide has the same effect: http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/interaction.html#button)

__

from bokeh.models.widgets import Button

from bokeh.io import curdoc,vform

def button_handler():

print "***you clicked me***"

button = Button(label=‘Click me’, type=‘primary’)

button.on_click(button_handler)

plots = vform(button)

curdoc().add_root(plots)

__

If I run the code, and click the button I get the following output:

bokeh serve --show bokeh_button_test/

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:Allowed Host headers: [‘localhost:5006’]

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:These host origins can connect to the websocket: [‘localhost:5006’]

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:Patterns are: [(’/bokeh_button_test/?’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.doc_handler.DocHandler’>, {‘application_context’: <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, ‘bokeh_websocket_path’: ‘/bokeh_button_test/ws’}), (’/bokeh_button_test/ws’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.ws.WSHandler’>, {‘application_context’: <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, ‘bokeh_websocket_path’: ‘/bokeh_button_test/ws’}), (’/bokeh_button_test/autoload.js’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.autoload_js_handler.AutoloadJsHandler’>, {‘application_context’: <bokeh.server.application_context.ApplicationContext object at 0x106a93410>, ‘bokeh_websocket_path’: ‘/bokeh_button_test/ws’}), (’/static/(.*)’, <class ‘bokeh.server.views.static_handler.StaticHandler’>)]

INFO:bokeh.command.subcommands.serve:Starting Bokeh server on port 5006 with applications at paths [’/bokeh_button_test’]

INFO:tornado.access:200 GET /bokeh_button_test (::1) 21.19ms

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection opened

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:Receiver created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerHandler created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerConnection created

DEBUG:bokeh.server.session:Sending pull-doc-reply from session ‘r4NyMoroxkywM9L4SebVqpFjqfHYG3qu7GerDctD1Th0’

you clicked me

INFO:tornado.access:200 GET /bokeh_button_test? (::1) 2.90ms

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection closed: code=None, reason=None

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:WebSocket connection opened

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:Receiver created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

DEBUG:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerHandler created for Protocol(u’1.0’)

INFO:bokeh.server.views.ws:ServerConnection created

DEBUG:bokeh.server.session:Sending pull-doc-reply from session ‘uPMweprZr8QoOoGuJX1kkdgo3mlXFGF2Zed2TlxtnmKq’

I did some searching on this and found that if I changed the HTML code for the button from:

<button class=​"bk-bs-btn bk-bs-btn-primary" >​Click me​​

to:

<button class=​"bk-bs-btn bk-bs-btn-primary" type=​"button">​Click me​​

Then the button would work as expected and no longer redirects the page:

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:[pid 12774] 1 clients connected

you clicked me

DEBUG:bokeh.server.tornado:[pid 12774] 1 clients connected

BUT, HTML coding is outside of my knowledge so I have no idea if this is the correct way to fix this or what other effects this might have. Hopefully this helps though.

If it matters, I’m using a Mac with OSX 10.9 and Safari, but the same problem occurs in Firefox.

Joe

On Friday, February 19, 2016 at 8:25:56 AM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

I have no idea why that should happen (and have never seen anything like that happen). Is it possible to provide a minimal runnable code sample that reproduces this behavior?

Bryan

On Feb 18, 2016, at 10:08 AM, Robert [email protected] wrote:

Hi!

I’m dealing with a strange occurrence where clicking buttons redirects my web browser. The buttons are coded as such:

                    do_integral_button = Button(label = "Calibration Integral")
                    save_flexDPE_button = Button(label = "Save file for FlexPDE")

                    do_integral_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group, x_box = text_input_xval_integral, y_box = text_input_yval_integral: self.integrate(identity, radio, x_box, y_box))

                    save_flexDPE_button.on_click(lambda identity = self.attribute_ids[i], radio = radio_group: self.write_to_flexPDE(identity, radio))

The lambda structures are to capture context when setting callbacks in a loop.
And the callbacks are coded like this.

    def integrate(self,  attrname, radio, x_box, y_box):

            element = radio.labels[radio.active]
            source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")

            lower_xlim = float(x_box.value)
            lower_ylim = float(y_box.value)

            x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
            y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])

            x_change = x[x>lower_xlim]
            y_change = y[len(y)-len(x_change):]

            integral = np.trapz(y_change, x = x_change)

            print(integral)

    def write_to_flexPDE(self, attrname, radio):
            element = radio.labels[radio.active]

            source_local = getattr(self, attrname+"_"+element+"_source")  #attr_id+"_"+dataset["sample element"]+"_source"

            x = np.array(source_local.data["x"])
            y = np.array(source_local.data["y"])

            path_to_direct = os.getcwd()
            path_to_flex = path_to_direct + "/data_files/FlexPDE/"
            write_to_filename = path_to_flex+attrname+ "_"+element+".txt"

            file_object = open(write_to_filename, "w+")

            file_object.write("X %i \n" %len(x))
            for item in x:
                    file_object.write("%1.3f " %item)

            file_object.write("\nData {u} \n")

            for item in y:
                    file_object.write("%1.1e " %item)

            file_object.close()

When I click the buttons in the browser the “Save file for FlexPDE” button redirects to what seems to be the address of the active item of the radio group:
http://localhost:5006/?RadioGroup-0595A745D07443EA9CBA83A56CC91910=0

And the other button, labeled Calibration Integral redirects to:
http://localhost:5006/?

So I’m wondering what kind of weird instance I’ve set up for myself.

With sincere thanks,
Robert


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