If you think it would be easy, then I'd encourage you to get involved directly in Bokeh development, and help out. As I mentioned elsewhere, the bokeh.charts API could really use a new maintainer, and we'd be happy to help you get started if this is something you'd be interested in doing. In general, many things are hard, not necessarily because of any intrinsic technical difficulty, but because of the sheer overall volume of requests and issues, and the need to prioritize them based on very limited human resources.
On Nov 1, 2016, at 10:15 AM, Meir Tseitlin <[email protected]> wrote:
I noticed Twin Axis example.
I think that it would be easy to add a feature which will allow customization of range1d location (i.e. one continues another), this way we could allow moving layouts on the same chart. (I hope I was clear enough).
On Sunday, October 30, 2016 at 5:05:12 PM UTC+2, Meir Tseitlin wrote:
I am trying to find out how to create multiple charts stacked one above the other for time-series data (having the same X-axis). Those charts hold different data types, so it is not possible to have the same Y-axis range.
The only example I found is how to have dual Y-axes (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25199665/one-chart-with-two-different-y-axis-ranges-in-bokeh) on the same chart. I am willing to have different charts (one on top of the other) sharing the same X-axis and sharing the same Tools.
Not sure it is possible, but still....
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