Drag tool or drag behavior

Is it possible to implement a drag tool based on the drag behavior as described here in d3.js and a simple example here?

That functionality is
not currently in bokeh. I think it
would be great though. You could certainly implement it if you wanted
and submit a PR.

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On 11/16/15 10:42 AM, Yixin Liu wrote:

    Is it possible to implement a drag tool based on

the drag behavior as described here
in d3.js
and a simple example here?

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