i searched in the internet for this issue however all answers did not work. Let us have a look on the following snip shoot from a program code in python written with the package Bokeh
newDicht = dict()
newDicht[q1] = range(1:120)#120 data points on the y axis for key q1
newDicht[q2] = range(3:123)#120 data points on the y axis for key q2
area_THW = Area(newDicht, title=“Test”, legend=“top_left”,stack=True, xlabel=‘Time Horizon’, ylabel=’#Qs’)
Each y-coordinate corresponds to one x-axis element between 1 to 120. However, x=1 should represent a secific date time, e.g. x=1=01.01.2017 and each increment on the x-coordinate corresponds to an increment of one month starting at 01.01.2017. For example, x=2 corresponds to the date 01.02.2017, x=3 to date 01.03.2017 and so on. I there any possibility to format the x-axis for the area figure in this way?