I forgot to mention that to be sure I re-updated my Bokeh version (even though I had the latest version) and it still failed.
My error is on importing modules and not (yet) on Bokeh functionallity for this app.
Do you also get this error?
I will post this in the mailing list as well.
Met vriendelijke groet,
On 20 apr. 2016, at 15:46, Bryan Van de Ven [email protected] wrote:
The crossfilter example is only on master, newer than the latest full release. It uses new features and is also still under development and not yet completed. It is not expected to work with previous releases. When looking at examples in GitHub it is always advised to look at the tag corresponding to the version of bokeh you have installed, rather than the master branch.
Also, respectfully I must direct you to the public mailing list for support-related questions.
On Apr 20, 2016, at 08:30, Rakesh Partapsing [email protected] wrote:
I noticed you are the author of the crossfilter app so I write you directly.
When I try to run the app with bokeh serve --show crossfilter
I get the error: ImportError: No module named ‘models’ inside main.py
I set it up the way it should be (see attached).
I even tried a fix like: sys.path.insert(0, ‘./models’) but it didn’t work
I also get an error with this line in models.py:
from bokeh.models.layouts import BaseBox
This I fixed with:
from bokeh.models import BaseBox
Can you point me to the solve?