custom axis range with high level charts?

Hi all,

I’ve been using Bokeh for the last few weeks and love it. Been creating charts using both the glyph and highlevel chart functions. However, when using highlevel charts, I can’t figure out how to set custom axis range, e.g. from 0 to 100. Apologies if this is a trivial question, I spent a lot of time looking for this but can’t find the solution.

Best

To make a custom range
you would do:

    from bo            keh.models

import Range1d

        x_range = Range1d(0, 100)

              For sure with Plot and Figure/figure, you can then pass this int e.g. figure                            (x_range=x_range,

…)

                                                      But I just tried

on Chart and it didn’t blow up, b ut it also didn’t
have an effect on the plot.

                                                                  Maybe

Fa bio or
Nick
have some insight.

···

On 2/8/16 3:01 PM, Dino wrote:

Hi all,

      I've been using Bokeh for the last few weeks and love it.

Been creating charts using both the glyph and highlevel chart
functions. However, when using highlevel charts, I can’t
figure out how to set custom axis range, e.g. from 0 to 100.
Apologies if this is a trivial question, I spent a lot of time
looking for this but can’t find the solution.

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Hi,

It depends on the chart you are using (although I’d say the support is not optimal at the moment). Can you send a code example so we can see the type of chart you are using and if/how it can be done?

Thanks

···

On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 11:34:36 AM UTC-6, Sarah Bird wrote:

    To make a custom range

you would do:

    from bo            keh.models

import Range1d

        x_range = Range1d(0, 100)



              For sure with Plot and Figure/figure, you can then pass this int e.g. figure                            (x_range=x_range,

…)

                                                      But I just tried

on Chart and it didn’t blow up, b ut it also didn’t
have an effect on the plot.

                                                                  Maybe

Fa bio or
Nick
have some insight.

On 2/8/16 3:01 PM, Dino wrote:

Hi all,

      I've been using Bokeh for the last few weeks and love it.

Been creating charts using both the glyph and highlevel chart
functions. However, when using highlevel charts, I can’t
figure out how to set custom axis range, e.g. from 0 to 100.
Apologies if this is a trivial question, I spent a lot of time
looking for this but can’t find the solution.

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Hi all,
Thanks for the suggestions. I tried setting the y-range with Range1d(0,100), but it doesn’t affect the plot (still plots from 30 and 100%). Find below the code snipped.

Thanks in advance for helping!

from bokeh.charts import defaults

defaults.width=1000

defaults.height = 700

source=ColumnDataSource(scatterD)

yR=Range1d(0,100)

p = Scatter (scatterD, x=‘NumberofReads’, y=‘Complexity’, color=‘Library’,

        xlabel="Number of Reads", ylabel="Complexity",

         title="Complexity vs Total Number of Reads",

        legend="top_right", y_range=yR)

output_file (“complexity_versus_read_numbers_scatter_viaHighlevel.html”, title=“scatter_complexity_vs_read_numbers_bokeh_dev_1.0”)

show§

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On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 9:41:38 AM UTC-8, Fabio Pliger wrote:

Hi,

It depends on the chart you are using (although I’d say the support is not optimal at the moment). Can you send a code example so we can see the type of chart you are using and if/how it can be done?

Thanks

On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 11:34:36 AM UTC-6, Sarah Bird wrote:

    To make a custom range

you would do:

    from bo            keh.models

import Range1d

        x_range = Range1d(0, 100)



              For sure with Plot and Figure/figure, you can then pass this int e.g. figure                            (x_range=x_range,

…)

                                                      But I just tried

on Chart and it didn’t blow up, b ut it also didn’t
have an effect on the plot.

                                                                  Maybe

Fa bio or
Nick
have some insight.

On 2/8/16 3:01 PM, Dino wrote:

Hi all,

      I've been using Bokeh for the last few weeks and love it.

Been creating charts using both the glyph and highlevel chart
functions. However, when using highlevel charts, I can’t
figure out how to set custom axis range, e.g. from 0 to 100.
Apologies if this is a trivial question, I spent a lot of time
looking for this but can’t find the solution.

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If you set the range after the call to scatter it works.

Here’s a notebook showing it in action: http://nbviewer.jupyter.org/github/birdsarah/bokeh-miscellany/blob/master/set%20range%20on%20chart.ipynb

This seems like a bug to me, I’m adding an issue.

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On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 12:57:08 PM UTC-8, Dino wrote:

Hi all,
Thanks for the suggestions. I tried setting the y-range with Range1d(0,100), but it doesn’t affect the plot (still plots from 30 and 100%). Find below the code snipped.

Thanks in advance for helping!

from bokeh.charts import defaults

defaults.width=1000

defaults.height = 700

source=ColumnDataSource(scatterD)

yR=Range1d(0,100)

p = Scatter (scatterD, x=‘NumberofReads’, y=‘Complexity’, color=‘Library’,

        xlabel="Number of Reads", ylabel="Complexity",
         title="Complexity vs Total Number of Reads",
        legend="top_right", y_range=yR)

output_file (“complexity_versus_read_numbers_scatter_viaHighlevel.html”, title=“scatter_complexity_vs_read_numbers_bokeh_dev_1.0”)

show§

On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 9:41:38 AM UTC-8, Fabio Pliger wrote:

Hi,

It depends on the chart you are using (although I’d say the support is not optimal at the moment). Can you send a code example so we can see the type of chart you are using and if/how it can be done?

Thanks

On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 11:34:36 AM UTC-6, Sarah Bird wrote:

    To make a custom range

you would do:

    from bo            keh.models

import Range1d

        x_range = Range1d(0, 100)



              For sure with Plot and Figure/figure, you can then pass this int e.g. figure                            (x_range=x_range,

…)

                                                      But I just tried

on Chart and it didn’t blow up, b ut it also didn’t
have an effect on the plot.

                                                                  Maybe

Fa bio or
Nick
have some insight.

On 2/8/16 3:01 PM, Dino wrote:

Hi all,

      I've been using Bokeh for the last few weeks and love it.

Been creating charts using both the glyph and highlevel chart
functions. However, when using highlevel charts, I can’t
figure out how to set custom axis range, e.g. from 0 to 100.
Apologies if this is a trivial question, I spent a lot of time
looking for this but can’t find the solution.

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Yes, it is a bug and Sarah’s workaround is probably the best option at the moment. The fix should not be hard (for at least a few charts) and I’d be pleased to help you if you have time and bandwidth to work on a fix PR on this otherwise we will include the new issue in our priority queue.

Thanks for your feedback

Fabio

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On Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 9:44:59 AM UTC-6, Sarah Bird (Continuum) wrote:

If you set the range after the call to scatter it works.

Here’s a notebook showing it in action: http://nbviewer.jupyter.org/github/birdsarah/bokeh-miscellany/blob/master/set%20range%20on%20chart.ipynb

This seems like a bug to me, I’m adding an issue.

On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 12:57:08 PM UTC-8, Dino wrote:

Hi all,
Thanks for the suggestions. I tried setting the y-range with Range1d(0,100), but it doesn’t affect the plot (still plots from 30 and 100%). Find below the code snipped.

Thanks in advance for helping!

from bokeh.charts import defaults

defaults.width=1000

defaults.height = 700

source=ColumnDataSource(scatterD)

yR=Range1d(0,100)

p = Scatter (scatterD, x=‘NumberofReads’, y=‘Complexity’, color=‘Library’,

        xlabel="Number of Reads", ylabel="Complexity",
         title="Complexity vs Total Number of Reads",
        legend="top_right", y_range=yR)

output_file (“complexity_versus_read_numbers_scatter_viaHighlevel.html”, title=“scatter_complexity_vs_read_numbers_bokeh_dev_1.0”)

show§

On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 9:41:38 AM UTC-8, Fabio Pliger wrote:

Hi,

It depends on the chart you are using (although I’d say the support is not optimal at the moment). Can you send a code example so we can see the type of chart you are using and if/how it can be done?

Thanks

On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 11:34:36 AM UTC-6, Sarah Bird wrote:

    To make a custom range

you would do:

    from bo            keh.models

import Range1d

        x_range = Range1d(0, 100)



              For sure with Plot and Figure/figure, you can then pass this int e.g. figure                            (x_range=x_range,

…)

                                                      But I just tried

on Chart and it didn’t blow up, b ut it also didn’t
have an effect on the plot.

                                                                  Maybe

Fa bio or
Nick
have some insight.

On 2/8/16 3:01 PM, Dino wrote:

Hi all,

      I've been using Bokeh for the last few weeks and love it.

Been creating charts using both the glyph and highlevel chart
functions. However, when using highlevel charts, I can’t
figure out how to set custom axis range, e.g. from 0 to 100.
Apologies if this is a trivial question, I spent a lot of time
looking for this but can’t find the solution.

Best

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Works indeed the way Sarah describes it. Sweet!! Thanks so much guys!

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On Monday, February 8, 2016 at 3:01:18 PM UTC-8, Dino wrote:

Hi all,

I’ve been using Bokeh for the last few weeks and love it. Been creating charts using both the glyph and highlevel chart functions. However, when using highlevel charts, I can’t figure out how to set custom axis range, e.g. from 0 to 100. Apologies if this is a trivial question, I spent a lot of time looking for this but can’t find the solution.

Best