There are lots of ways to achieve this
unfortunately it’s har d to
know without more details.
If you can load all the
data, can compute the data chang es client side, or get it with an ajax
callback, then you can probably hook it all
into your plot with CustomJS callbacks and still use
components to put the plots in there.
If you want to be
python only, or do some kind of server side process ing, you may
to use bokeh server and use
autoload_server to put
a server plot
into you r page - although this
is a more complicated
because you’ll need an
instance of bokeh server
If it's just
data and adding
to be able to do it all client
side - but you’ll need to know a little JS.
On 8/17/16 2:06 PM, Bokeh coder wrote:
Hi, in order to embed a bokeh plot in a larger html
page i can do
script, div = components(plot)
which is great.
However, lets say i have a dropdownbox on my site also, and then
i want to e.g. add some annotations or add a new line or change
the data or in some other way change the actual content of the
bokeh plot without having to reload the entire page, what is
then the preferred way to do this?
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