If you save your plot at some publicly accessible URL, then it might work to embed that URL in an iframe, but only in some email readers:
Otherwise, there are various ways to export Bokeh plots as images in bokeh.export, that is probably your best/only option.
On Jul 3, 2018, at 08:50, [email protected] wrote:
What is the best way to embed a bokeh graph in the body of an email? I tried using MIMEWriter, but it sends it as an attachment. Additionally, I would prefer the graph to be interactive as it is in python with all the respective tools.
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