``from bokeh.plotting import figure, output_file, show``
``df = pandas.read_csv('test.csv')``
``# read in name, x , y``
``# print df.x, df,y``
``plot = figure()``
Hope this helps.
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On 2016-09-25 20:05, Niloofar
I am taking an introductory information visualization
course.I am not a computer science student but I have some
beginner level programming skills and we are require to do
programming to this course.I am thinking about using bokeh.I
am going to visualize the data of plane crashes since 1950.I
only have a cvs file and I don’t know much about json files.So
my Question is Can I just use panda and add my csv file and
then use bokeh? or does it have to be a json file?I have tried
to convert my cvs file to a Json file but since it changes
the formatting and it is no more a table I don’t know how to
access my columns .
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