say there 's a preferred editor
note though is that you said: " It looks
from the documentation that the best way to
do interactive visualizations in Bokeh is to
write an app and launch the app from the
say that 's
the case. All of B okeh
provides interactive visualizations , it just
depends on what you’re trying to do
as to whether you want to do
output_file to get a static file,
work in the notebook as you have
bokeh server apps, or other
options - like embedding bokeh
plots in your existing
websites…I know that can
be a little overwhelmin g and
too much choice doesn’t alw ays
So, un less you
need server, I
would say you
On 3/21/16 3:00 PM, wrote:
Question to the community. I'm new to Bokeh, and
am working on an interactive visualization. I’ve done most of
my work with data visualization and exploration in IPython
Notebook. It looks from the documentation that the best way to
do interactive visualizations in Bokeh is to write an app and
launch the app from the server. That being said, what’s the
preferred editor for this work. Are people working in IPython
Notebook and calling output_file(), or is the preferred approach
to work in a text editor or IDE?
When I've tried using the community edition of PyCharm, the
code doesn’t appear to recognize the server. I can convert
the .ipnb file to .py and launch the file from the command
line using: bokeh serve --show filename.py, but that gets
Appreciate any help the community can provide.
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