Convert working bokeh 0.10.0 code to bokeh 0.11.0

Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’]], df[‘x_attr_1’].values.tolist(), title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:

ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
 Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!

Hi,

It’s hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It’s really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I’d guess you could call:

bar = Bar(df[[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’,‘x_attr_1’]], label=‘x_attr_1’, title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)

show(bar)

but it’d definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…

Thanks

Fabio

···

On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’]], df[‘x_attr_1’].values.tolist(), title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:

ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
 Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!

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Fabio Pliger

Senior Software Engineer, Bokeh

Hi,

Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The “iris_simple.html” HTML file is created, it has the “docs_json” part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.
I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly…

  1. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:
···

Hi,

It’s hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It’s really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I’d guess you could call:

bar = Bar(df[[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’,‘x_attr_1’]], label=‘x_attr_1’, title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)

show(bar)

but it’d definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…

Thanks

Fabio

On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’]], df[‘x_attr_1’].values.tolist(), title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:

ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
 Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!

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Fabio Pliger

Senior Software Engineer, Bokeh

Hi,

If iris_scatter.py does not work when you run it with 0.11 installed then there has to be something wrong with your installation (because the example you linked clearly worked, and was generated from the code shown there). Can you describe how you installed Bokeh?

Bryan

···

On Jan 13, 2016, at 9:20 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The "iris_simple.html" HTML file is created, it has the "docs_json" part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.
I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly...

2016. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:
Hi,

It's hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape ... It's really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I'd guess you could call:

bar = Bar(df[['y_attr_1', 'y_attr_2','x_attr_1']], label='x_attr_1', title='My tile', stacked=True, palette=['blue', 'red'], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

but it'd definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example..

Thanks

Fabio

On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, <[email protected]> wrote:
Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df['y_attr_1', 'y_attr_2']], df['x_attr_1'].values.tolist(), title='My tile', stacked=True, palette=['blue', 'red'], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:
ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!

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Hi,

I upgraded bokeh in Anaconda with this command:
conda update bokeh

It upgraded some other moduls as well:
conda from 3.18.7 to 3.19.0
conda-env from 2.4.4 to 2.4.5
menuinst from 1.3.0 to 1.3.2
python from 3.5.0-4 to 3.5.1-0
requests from 2.8.1 to 2.9.0
setuptools from 18.5 to 19.1.1
tornado from 4.2.1 to 4.3

Now I downgraded bokeh back to 0.10.0 but my previously working codes does not work anymore. And it is the same for examples. Eg. at stacked_bar and at my code, I get this error:

StopIteration:

I downgraded all of the above packages but the same error occurs.

  1. január 13., szerda 16:59:09 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:
···

Hi,

If iris_scatter.py does not work when you run it with 0.11 installed then there has to be something wrong with your installation (because the example you linked clearly worked, and was generated from the code shown there). Can you describe how you installed Bokeh?

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 9:20 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The “iris_simple.html” HTML file is created, it has the “docs_json” part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.

I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly…

  1. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:

Hi,

It’s hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It’s really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I’d guess you could call:

bar = Bar(df[[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’,‘x_attr_1’]], label=‘x_attr_1’, title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)

show(bar)

but it’d definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…

Thanks

Fabio

On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?

Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’]], df[‘x_attr_1’].values.tolist(), title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)

show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:

ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:

Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!


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Fabio Pliger

Senior Software Engineer, Bokeh


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Can you try creating a completely clean new conda environment to test as a baseline? With something like:

  conda create -n testenv bokeh

then (on linux or OSX)

  source activate testenv

(more info about conda environemnts: http://conda.pydata.org/docs/using/envs.html)

Is this python 2 or 3?

Bryan

···

On Jan 13, 2016, at 10:29 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I upgraded bokeh in Anaconda with this command:
conda update bokeh

It upgraded some other moduls as well:
conda from 3.18.7 to 3.19.0
conda-env from 2.4.4 to 2.4.5
menuinst from 1.3.0 to 1.3.2
python from 3.5.0-4 to 3.5.1-0
requests from 2.8.1 to 2.9.0
setuptools from 18.5 to 19.1.1
tornado from 4.2.1 to 4.3

Now I downgraded bokeh back to 0.10.0 but my previously working codes does not work anymore. And it is the same for examples. Eg. at stacked_bar and at my code, I get this error:
StopIteration:

I downgraded all of the above packages but the same error occurs.

2016. január 13., szerda 16:59:09 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:
Hi,

If iris_scatter.py does not work when you run it with 0.11 installed then there has to be something wrong with your installation (because the example you linked clearly worked, and was generated from the code shown there). Can you describe how you installed Bokeh?

Bryan

> On Jan 13, 2016, at 9:20 AM, [email protected] wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The "iris_simple.html" HTML file is created, it has the "docs_json" part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.
> I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly…
>
> 2016. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:
> Hi,
>
> It's hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It's really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I'd guess you could call:
>
> bar = Bar(df[['y_attr_1', 'y_attr_2','x_attr_1']], label='x_attr_1', title='My tile', stacked=True, palette=['blue', 'red'], width=600, height=400)
> show(bar)
>
> but it'd definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…
>
> Thanks
>
> Fabio
>
>
> On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, <[email protected]> wrote:
> Dear All,
>
> I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
> Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:
>
> bar = Bar(df['y_attr_1', 'y_attr_2']], df['x_attr_1'].values.tolist(), title='My tile', stacked=True, palette=['blue', 'red'], width=600, height=400)
> show(bar)
>
> In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:
> ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
> Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94
>
> Thank you!
>
>
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>
>
>
> –
> Fabio Pliger
> Senior Software Engineer, Bokeh
>
>
>
>
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Thank you for your answer!

Instead of environments I uninstalled the whole Anaconda then I installed the latest version (Anaconda3-2.4.1, so with Python 3.5.1).
Now the iris example works well but the stacked_bar example and my previously working Bar chart still give “StopIteration” errors. In Anaconda3-2.4.1 the Python 3.5.1 and bokeh 0.10.0 are present.

An other intresting error occurs in this webpage below the “stacked_bar” example:
Error

Unable to generate Bokeh plot at /home/travis/build/bokeh/bokeh/sphinx/source/docs/reference/charts.rst:31:

It is really interesting that for example the scatter example on this page is shown perfectly. But the bar and line examples give the above errors. The above iris example that now works well for me, is also a scatter chart.

Here is the “Stopiteration” error:


<details class='elided'>
<summary title='Show trimmed content'>&#183;&#183;&#183;</summary>

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
StopIteration                             Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-16-57d75cb8598a> in <module>()
     10 cat = ['1st', '2nd']
     11
---> 12 bar = Bar(xyvalues, cat, title="Stacked bars", xlabel="category", ylabel="language")
     13
     14 output_file("stacked_bar.html")

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\builder\bar_builder.py in Bar(data, label, values, color, stack, group, agg, xscale, yscale, xgrid, ygrid, continuous_range, **kw)
     97     kw['y_range'] = y_range
     98
---> 99     return create_and_build(BarBuilder, data, **kw)
    100
    101

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_builder.py in create_and_build(builder_class, *data, **kws)
     57     # create the new builder
     58     builder_kws = {k: v for k, v in kws.items() if k in builder_props}
---> 59     builder = builder_class(*data, **builder_kws)
     60
     61     # create a chart to return, since there isn't one already

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_builder.py in __init__(self, *args, **kws)
    174
    175             # handle input attrs and ensure attrs have access to data
--> 176             self._setup_attrs(data, kws)
    177
    178         super(Builder, self).__init__(**kws)

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_builder.py in _setup_attrs(self, data, kws)
    205             elif isinstance(attr, str) or isinstance(attr, list):
    206                 self.attributes[attr_name] = self.default_attributes[attr_name].clone()
--> 207                 self.attributes[attr_name].setup(data=source, columns=attr)
    208
    209             else:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_attributes.py in setup(self, data, columns)
    107
    108             if columns is not None:
--> 109                 self.set_columns(columns)
    110
    111         if self.columns is not None and self.data is not None:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_attributes.py in set_columns(self, columns)
    100             # assume this is now the iterable at this point
    101             self.iterable = columns
--> 102             self._setup_default()
    103
    104     def setup(self, data=None, columns=None):

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_attributes.py in _setup_default(self)
     68
     69     def _setup_default(self):
---> 70         self.default = next(self._setup_iterable())
     71
     72     def _setup_iterable(self):

StopIteration:
  1. január 13., szerda 18:06:07 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:

Can you try creating a completely clean new conda environment to test as a baseline? With something like:

    conda create -n testenv bokeh

then (on linux or OSX)

    source activate testenv

(more info about conda environemnts: http://conda.pydata.org/docs/using/envs.html)

Is this python 2 or 3?

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 10:29 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I upgraded bokeh in Anaconda with this command:

conda update bokeh

It upgraded some other moduls as well:

conda from 3.18.7 to 3.19.0

conda-env from 2.4.4 to 2.4.5

menuinst from 1.3.0 to 1.3.2

python from 3.5.0-4 to 3.5.1-0

requests from 2.8.1 to 2.9.0

setuptools from 18.5 to 19.1.1

tornado from 4.2.1 to 4.3

Now I downgraded bokeh back to 0.10.0 but my previously working codes does not work anymore. And it is the same for examples. Eg. at stacked_bar and at my code, I get this error:

StopIteration:

I downgraded all of the above packages but the same error occurs.

  1. január 13., szerda 16:59:09 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:

Hi,

If iris_scatter.py does not work when you run it with 0.11 installed then there has to be something wrong with your installation (because the example you linked clearly worked, and was generated from the code shown there). Can you describe how you installed Bokeh?

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 9:20 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The “iris_simple.html” HTML file is created, it has the “docs_json” part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.
I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly…

  1. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:
    Hi,

It’s hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It’s really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I’d guess you could call:

bar = Bar(df[[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’,‘x_attr_1’]], label=‘x_attr_1’, title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

but it’d definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…

Thanks

Fabio

On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, [email protected] wrote:
Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’]], df[‘x_attr_1’].values.tolist(), title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:
ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!


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Fabio Pliger
Senior Software Engineer, Bokeh


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This seems to either be a bug, or a problem with the example that needs to be fixed. Can you make an issue on GitHub so that it can be tracked and prioritized and the right people can be directed to it?

Thanks,

Bryan

···

On Jan 13, 2016, at 11:50 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your answer!

Instead of environments I uninstalled the whole Anaconda then I installed the latest version (Anaconda3-2.4.1, so with Python 3.5.1).
Now the iris example works well but the stacked_bar example and my previously working Bar chart still give "StopIteration" errors. In Anaconda3-2.4.1 the Python 3.5.1 and bokeh 0.10.0 are present.

An other intresting error occurs in this webpage below the "stacked_bar" example:
Error

Unable to generate Bokeh plot at /home/travis/build/bokeh/bokeh/sphinx/source/docs/reference/charts.rst:31:

It is really interesting that for example the scatter example on this page is shown perfectly. But the bar and line examples give the above errors. The above iris example that now works well for me, is also a scatter chart.

Here is the "Stopiteration" error:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
StopIteration
                             Traceback (most recent call last)

<ipython-input-16-57d75cb8598a> in <module>()
     10 cat = ['1st', '2nd']
     11
---> 12 bar = Bar(xyvalues, cat, title="Stacked bars", xlabel="category", ylabel="language")
     13
     14 output_file("stacked_bar.html")

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\builder\bar_builder.py in Bar(data, label, values, color, stack, group, agg, xscale, yscale, xgrid, ygrid, continuous_range, **kw)
     97 kw['y_range'] = y_range
     98
---> 99 return create_and_build(BarBuilder, data, **kw)
    100
    101

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_builder.py in create_and_build(builder_class, *data, **kws)
     57 # create the new builder
     58 builder_kws = {k: v for k, v in kws.items() if k in builder_props}
---> 59 builder = builder_class(*data, **builder_kws)
     60
     61 # create a chart to return, since there isn't one already

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_builder.py in __init__(self, *args, **kws)
    174
    175 # handle input attrs and ensure attrs have access to data
--> 176 self._setup_attrs(data, kws)
    177
    178 super(Builder, self).__init__(**kws)

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_builder.py in _setup_attrs(self, data, kws)
    205 elif isinstance(attr, str) or isinstance(attr, list):
    206 self.attributes[attr_name] = self.default_attributes[attr_name].clone()
--> 207 self.attributes[attr_name].setup(data=source, columns=attr)
    208
    209 else:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_attributes.py in setup(self, data, columns)
    107
    108 if columns is not None:
--> 109 self.set_columns(columns)
    110
    111 if self.columns is not None and self.data is not None:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_attributes.py in set_columns(self, columns)
    100 # assume this is now the iterable at this point
    101 self.iterable = columns
--> 102 self._setup_default()
    103
    104 def setup(self, data=None, columns=None):

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\_attributes.py in _setup_default(self)
     68
     69 def _setup_default(self):
---> 70 self.default = next(self._setup_iterable())
     71
     72 def _setup_iterable(self):

StopIteration:

2016. január 13., szerda 18:06:07 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:
Can you try creating a completely clean new conda environment to test as a baseline? With something like:

        conda create -n testenv bokeh

then (on linux or OSX)

        source activate testenv

(more info about conda environemnts: http://conda.pydata.org/docs/using/envs.html)

Is this python 2 or 3?

Bryan

> On Jan 13, 2016, at 10:29 AM, [email protected] wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I upgraded bokeh in Anaconda with this command:
> conda update bokeh
>
> It upgraded some other moduls as well:
> conda from 3.18.7 to 3.19.0
> conda-env from 2.4.4 to 2.4.5
> menuinst from 1.3.0 to 1.3.2
> python from 3.5.0-4 to 3.5.1-0
> requests from 2.8.1 to 2.9.0
> setuptools from 18.5 to 19.1.1
> tornado from 4.2.1 to 4.3
>
> Now I downgraded bokeh back to 0.10.0 but my previously working codes does not work anymore. And it is the same for examples. Eg. at stacked_bar and at my code, I get this error:
> StopIteration:
>
> I downgraded all of the above packages but the same error occurs.
>
>
>
> 2016. január 13., szerda 16:59:09 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:
> Hi,
>
> If iris_scatter.py does not work when you run it with 0.11 installed then there has to be something wrong with your installation (because the example you linked clearly worked, and was generated from the code shown there). Can you describe how you installed Bokeh?
>
> Bryan
>
>
> > On Jan 13, 2016, at 9:20 AM, [email protected] wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The "iris_simple.html" HTML file is created, it has the "docs_json" part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.
> > I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly…
> >
> > 2016. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:
> > Hi,
> >
> > It's hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It's really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I'd guess you could call:
> >
> > bar = Bar(df[['y_attr_1', 'y_attr_2','x_attr_1']], label='x_attr_1', title='My tile', stacked=True, palette=['blue', 'red'], width=600, height=400)
> > show(bar)
> >
> > but it'd definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Fabio
> >
> >
> > On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Dear All,
> >
> > I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
> > Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:
> >
> > bar = Bar(df['y_attr_1', 'y_attr_2']], df['x_attr_1'].values.tolist(), title='My tile', stacked=True, palette=['blue', 'red'], width=600, height=400)
> > show(bar)
> >
> > In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:
> > ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
> > Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94
> >
> > Thank you!
> >
> >
> > –
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> > For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/a/continuum.io/d/optout.
> >
> >
> >
> > –
> > Fabio Pliger
> > Senior Software Engineer, Bokeh
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > –
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>
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The problem was that in my code I forget to change back the import part when I returned to bokeh 0.10.0. So in bokeh 0.10.0 one should use:

from bokeh._legacy_charts import Bar

but in bokeh 0.11.0 this works (or not):

from bokeh.charts import Bar

Maybe the problem is the same on the webpage that sohws examples related to bokeh 0.10.0

  1. január 13., szerda 19:01:35 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:
···

This seems to either be a bug, or a problem with the example that needs to be fixed. Can you make an issue on GitHub so that it can be tracked and prioritized and the right people can be directed to it?

Thanks,

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 11:50 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your answer!

Instead of environments I uninstalled the whole Anaconda then I installed the latest version (Anaconda3-2.4.1, so with Python 3.5.1).

Now the iris example works well but the stacked_bar example and my previously working Bar chart still give “StopIteration” errors. In Anaconda3-2.4.1 the Python 3.5.1 and bokeh 0.10.0 are present.

An other intresting error occurs in this webpage below the “stacked_bar” example:

Error

Unable to generate Bokeh plot at /home/travis/build/bokeh/bokeh/sphinx/source/docs/reference/charts.rst:31:

It is really interesting that for example the scatter example on this page is shown perfectly. But the bar and line examples give the above errors. The above iris example that now works well for me, is also a scatter chart.

Here is the “Stopiteration” error:


StopIteration

                         Traceback (most recent call last)

in ()

 10 cat = ['1st', '2nd']
 11

—> 12 bar = Bar(xyvalues, cat, title=“Stacked bars”, xlabel=“category”, ylabel=“language”)

 13
 14 output_file("stacked_bar.html")

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\builder\bar_builder.py in Bar(data, label, values, color, stack, group, agg, xscale, yscale, xgrid, ygrid, continuous_range, **kw)

 97     kw['y_range'] = y_range
 98

—> 99 return create_and_build(BarBuilder, data, **kw)

100
101

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_builder.py in create_and_build(builder_class, *data, **kws)

 57     # create the new builder
 58     builder_kws = {k: v for k, v in kws.items() if k in builder_props}

—> 59 builder = builder_class(*data, **builder_kws)

 60
 61     # create a chart to return, since there isn't one already

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_builder.py in init(self, *args, **kws)

174
175             # handle input attrs and ensure attrs have access to data

–> 176 self._setup_attrs(data, kws)

177
178         super(Builder, self).__init__(**kws)

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_builder.py in _setup_attrs(self, data, kws)

205             elif isinstance(attr, str) or isinstance(attr, list):
206                 self.attributes[attr_name] = self.default_attributes[attr_name].clone()

–> 207 self.attributes[attr_name].setup(data=source, columns=attr)

208
209             else:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_attributes.py in setup(self, data, columns)

107
108             if columns is not None:

–> 109 self.set_columns(columns)

110
111         if self.columns is not None and self.data is not None:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_attributes.py in set_columns(self, columns)

100             # assume this is now the iterable at this point
101             self.iterable = columns

–> 102 self._setup_default()

103
104     def setup(self, data=None, columns=None):

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_attributes.py in _setup_default(self)

 68
 69     def _setup_default(self):

—> 70 self.default = next(self._setup_iterable())

 71
 72     def _setup_iterable(self):

StopIteration:

  1. január 13., szerda 18:06:07 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:

Can you try creating a completely clean new conda environment to test as a baseline? With something like:

    conda create -n testenv bokeh

then (on linux or OSX)

    source activate testenv

(more info about conda environemnts: http://conda.pydata.org/docs/using/envs.html)

Is this python 2 or 3?

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 10:29 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I upgraded bokeh in Anaconda with this command:
conda update bokeh

It upgraded some other moduls as well:
conda from 3.18.7 to 3.19.0
conda-env from 2.4.4 to 2.4.5
menuinst from 1.3.0 to 1.3.2
python from 3.5.0-4 to 3.5.1-0
requests from 2.8.1 to 2.9.0
setuptools from 18.5 to 19.1.1
tornado from 4.2.1 to 4.3

Now I downgraded bokeh back to 0.10.0 but my previously working codes does not work anymore. And it is the same for examples. Eg. at stacked_bar and at my code, I get this error:
StopIteration:

I downgraded all of the above packages but the same error occurs.

  1. január 13., szerda 16:59:09 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:
    Hi,

If iris_scatter.py does not work when you run it with 0.11 installed then there has to be something wrong with your installation (because the example you linked clearly worked, and was generated from the code shown there). Can you describe how you installed Bokeh?

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 9:20 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The “iris_simple.html” HTML file is created, it has the “docs_json” part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.
I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly…

  1. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:
    Hi,

It’s hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It’s really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I’d guess you could call:

bar = Bar(df[[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’,‘x_attr_1’]], label=‘x_attr_1’, title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

but it’d definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…

Thanks

Fabio

On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, [email protected] wrote:
Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’]], df[‘x_attr_1’].values.tolist(), title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:
ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!


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Hi,

Sorry, I’m very confused… Really finding hard time understanding your installation setup, examples and documentation your are following versions…

···

On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 6:16 AM, [email protected] wrote:

The problem was that in my code I forget to change back the import part when I returned to bokeh 0.10.0. So in bokeh 0.10.0 one should use:

from bokeh._legacy_charts import Bar

but in bokeh 0.11.0 this works (or not):

from bokeh.charts import Bar

Maybe the problem is the same on the webpage that sohws examples related to bokeh 0.10.0

These docs are outdated and refer to the old 0.10 version. You should use the new ones at http://bokeh.pydata.org/

I really suggest you to follow Bryan advice and create a dedicated environment for this (so we can ensure version and environment isolation). Something like:

    conda create -n testenv bokeh

Since you are on Windows, you can activate the env with:

    activate testenv

Also, since you’ve installed bokeh with conda you’ll already have the version examples in the examples folder into your Anaconda directory. Otherwise you can find the latest ones at our repo: https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/tree/master/examples (for the latest on master) and https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/tree/0.11.0/examples for the tagged 0.11 release.

In case it doesn’t help, an issue to help us triage it would be helpful…

Thanks!

Fabio

  1. január 13., szerda 19:01:35 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:

This seems to either be a bug, or a problem with the example that needs to be fixed. Can you make an issue on GitHub so that it can be tracked and prioritized and the right people can be directed to it?

Thanks,

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 11:50 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your answer!

Instead of environments I uninstalled the whole Anaconda then I installed the latest version (Anaconda3-2.4.1, so with Python 3.5.1).

Now the iris example works well but the stacked_bar example and my previously working Bar chart still give “StopIteration” errors. In Anaconda3-2.4.1 the Python 3.5.1 and bokeh 0.10.0 are present.

An other intresting error occurs in this webpage below the “stacked_bar” example:

Error

Unable to generate Bokeh plot at /home/travis/build/bokeh/bokeh/sphinx/source/docs/reference/charts.rst:31:

It is really interesting that for example the scatter example on this page is shown perfectly. But the bar and line examples give the above errors. The above iris example that now works well for me, is also a scatter chart.

Here is the “Stopiteration” error:


StopIteration

                         Traceback (most recent call last)

in ()

 10 cat = ['1st', '2nd']
 11

—> 12 bar = Bar(xyvalues, cat, title=“Stacked bars”, xlabel=“category”, ylabel=“language”)

 13
 14 output_file("stacked_bar.html")

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts\builder\bar_builder.py in Bar(data, label, values, color, stack, group, agg, xscale, yscale, xgrid, ygrid, continuous_range, **kw)

 97     kw['y_range'] = y_range
 98

—> 99 return create_and_build(BarBuilder, data, **kw)

100
101

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_builder.py in create_and_build(builder_class, *data, **kws)

 57     # create the new builder
 58     builder_kws = {k: v for k, v in kws.items() if k in builder_props}

—> 59 builder = builder_class(*data, **builder_kws)

 60
 61     # create a chart to return, since there isn't one already

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_builder.py in init(self, *args, **kws)

174
175             # handle input attrs and ensure attrs have access to data

–> 176 self._setup_attrs(data, kws)

177
178         super(Builder, self).__init__(**kws)

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_builder.py in _setup_attrs(self, data, kws)

205             elif isinstance(attr, str) or isinstance(attr, list):
206                 self.attributes[attr_name] = self.default_attributes[attr_name].clone()

–> 207 self.attributes[attr_name].setup(data=source, columns=attr)

208
209             else:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_attributes.py in setup(self, data, columns)

107
108             if columns is not None:

–> 109 self.set_columns(columns)

110
111         if self.columns is not None and self.data is not None:

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_attributes.py in set_columns(self, columns)

100             # assume this is now the iterable at this point
101             self.iterable = columns

–> 102 self._setup_default()

103
104     def setup(self, data=None, columns=None):

C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\charts_attributes.py in _setup_default(self)

 68
 69     def _setup_default(self):

—> 70 self.default = next(self._setup_iterable())

 71
 72     def _setup_iterable(self):

StopIteration:

  1. január 13., szerda 18:06:07 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:

Can you try creating a completely clean new conda environment to test as a baseline? With something like:

    conda create -n testenv bokeh

then (on linux or OSX)

    source activate testenv

(more info about conda environemnts: http://conda.pydata.org/docs/using/envs.html)

Is this python 2 or 3?

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 10:29 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I upgraded bokeh in Anaconda with this command:
conda update bokeh

It upgraded some other moduls as well:
conda from 3.18.7 to 3.19.0
conda-env from 2.4.4 to 2.4.5
menuinst from 1.3.0 to 1.3.2
python from 3.5.0-4 to 3.5.1-0
requests from 2.8.1 to 2.9.0
setuptools from 18.5 to 19.1.1
tornado from 4.2.1 to 4.3

Now I downgraded bokeh back to 0.10.0 but my previously working codes does not work anymore. And it is the same for examples. Eg. at stacked_bar and at my code, I get this error:
StopIteration:

I downgraded all of the above packages but the same error occurs.

  1. január 13., szerda 16:59:09 UTC+1 időpontban Bryan Van de ven a következőt írta:
    Hi,

If iris_scatter.py does not work when you run it with 0.11 installed then there has to be something wrong with your installation (because the example you linked clearly worked, and was generated from the code shown there). Can you describe how you installed Bokeh?

Bryan

On Jan 13, 2016, at 9:20 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

Thank you for your answer. I checked some exampes from bokeh Galery and none of them works. Eg.: iris_scatter gives no errors and generates an HTML output but this HTML has no content. The “iris_simple.html” HTML file is created, it has the “docs_json” part with a long JSON(?) that contains all necessary information.
I use Anaconda, Jupyter Notebook and Python 3.5 on Windows. Before I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, everything worked perfectly…

  1. január 13., szerda 16:00:58 UTC+1 időpontban Fabio Pliger a következőt írta:
    Hi,

It’s hard to give you a good answer without know your data shape … It’s really hard to say anything without much information. From your code I’d guess you could call:

bar = Bar(df[[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’,‘x_attr_1’]], label=‘x_attr_1’, title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

but it’d definitely be very helpful if you could provide a minimal reproducible example…

Thanks

Fabio

On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 8:17 AM, [email protected] wrote:
Dear All,

I upgraded to bokeh 0.11.0, but now none of my previously working bokeh codes work. Can anybody help me?
Eg. Bar chart in bokeh 0.10.0:

bar = Bar(df[‘y_attr_1’, ‘y_attr_2’]], df[‘x_attr_1’].values.tolist(), title=‘My tile’, stacked=True, palette=[‘blue’, ‘red’], width=600, height=400)
show(bar)

In bokeh 0.11.0 I get the following errors:
ERROR:C:\Python\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\bokeh\core\validation\check.py:W-1001 (NO_DATA_RENDERERS): Plot has no data renderers:
Figure, ViewModel:Plot, ref _id: fef5bf97-2fe0-4f51-927e-8028f6867a94

Thank you!


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