Embeding bokeh plots

I’d like to incorporate Bokeh plots into corporate Sharepoint.
I was able to add it to the Sharepoint wiki, however, the bokeh tools are not working and instead the page is just reloaded when I click on the bookeh toolbar.

I think it won’t be easy to fix the toolbar behaviour as it would require Sharepoint hacking so I’d like to embed a plot without a toolbar. Is it possible?

Other question: do bokeh plots work in IE 10 or 11? Most people here use IE 9 and it is not showing plots.

Thanks,

Dariusz

Dariusz,

I am not familiar with Sharepoint, but the behavior you describe sounds very odd. Can you provide more details or perhaps a code sample of of your plot and how you embedded it? Is there a public facing page that I could check out? If so, I can send you email you directly to obtain the URL. Also note there is a newer (better, simpler) embedding API in GitHub master which will be available on a dev release today or tomorrow (or on GH now, but requires building BokehJS yourself)

We do test on Windows/IE before release, but I do not believe any testing has ever been done with IE 9. I don’t think IE9 support will arrive without a new contributor making a pull request, or else some kind of consulting arrangement to provide funding to specifically prioritize that task.

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On May 22, 2014 at 12:02:58 PM, [email protected] ([email protected]) wrote:

I’d like to incorporate Bokeh plots into corporate Sharepoint.
I was able to add it to the Sharepoint wiki, however, the bokeh tools are
not working and instead the page is just reloaded when I click on the
bookeh toolbar.

I think it won't be easy to fix the toolbar behaviour as it would require
Sharepoint hacking so I'd like to embed a plot without a toolbar. Is it
possible?

Other question: do bokeh plots work in IE 10 or 11? Most people here use IE
9 and it is not showing plots.

Thanks,
Dariusz

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Here is the web part source on the Sharepoint site:

<tr>

	<td valign="top"><div WebPartID="7dd2d17d-685c-4b6c-8baf-5d765c71c0e4" WebPartID2="6e1ecf09-f0f9-4ddb-808b-3b1a0a75d04c" HasPers="false" id="WebPartWPQ2" width="100%" class="ms-WPBody" allowRemove="false" allowDelete="false" style="" ><script src="http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/embed.js" bokeh_plottype="serverconn" bokeh_docid="1a4007ef-f36e-4ea8-a359-be3145254abd" bokeh_ws_conn_string="ws://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/sub" bokeh_docapikey="b2f64495-8a01-48f2-a216-0f50f43e8e41" bokeh_root_url="http://dlab.company.com:5006" bokeh_modelid="105c7f56-9b1e-439e-81d0-36113ba5d240" bokeh_modeltype="Plot" async="true"></script>​</div></td>

</tr>

Unfortunately, I cannot put it on a public facing page.

For me having an option to disable the toolbar when embedding would work great.

Especially because some plots does not require live interaction and they look better w/o the toolbar.

Thanks,

Dariusz

···

On Thursday, May 22, 2014 7:13:04 PM UTC+2, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Dariusz,

I am not familiar with Sharepoint, but the behavior you describe sounds very odd. Can you provide more details or perhaps a code sample of of your plot and how you embedded it? Is there a public facing page that I could check out? If so, I can send you email you directly to obtain the URL. Also note there is a newer (better, simpler) embedding API in GitHub master which will be available on a dev release today or tomorrow (or on GH now, but requires building BokehJS yourself)

We do test on Windows/IE before release, but I do not believe any testing has ever been done with IE 9. I don’t think IE9 support will arrive without a new contributor making a pull request, or else some kind of consulting arrangement to provide funding to specifically prioritize that task.

Bryan Van de Ven

Continuum Analytics

On May 22, 2014 at 12:02:58 PM, [email protected] ([email protected]) wrote:

I’d like to incorporate Bokeh plots into corporate Sharepoint.

I was able to add it to the Sharepoint wiki, however, the bokeh tools are

not working and instead the page is just reloaded when I click on the

bookeh toolbar.

I think it won’t be easy to fix the toolbar behaviour as it would require

Sharepoint hacking so I’d like to embed a plot without a toolbar. Is it

possible?

Other question: do bokeh plots work in IE 10 or 11? Most people here use IE

9 and it is not showing plots.

Thanks,

Dariusz

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Dariusz,

We do want to make a more configurable plot frame around Bokeh, that can have the toolbar switched on or off, etc. There is actually some preliminary work in a PR already. In the mean time, would it simply suffice to remove all the tools? You can add tools=“” to a figure() or renderer call to suppress all the tools.

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On May 23, 2014 at 11:53:33 AM, [email protected] ([email protected]) wrote:

Here is the web part source on the Sharepoint site:

...

WebPartID2="6e1ecf09-f0f9-4ddb-808b-3b1a0a75d04c" HasPers="false"
id="WebPartWPQ2" width="100%" class="ms-WPBody" allowRemove="false"
allowDelete="false" style="" >> src="http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/embed.js"
bokeh_plottype="serverconn"
bokeh_docid="1a4007ef-f36e-4ea8-a359-be3145254abd"
bokeh_ws_conn_string="ws://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/sub"
bokeh_docapikey="b2f64495-8a01-48f2-a216-0f50f43e8e41"
bokeh_root_url="http://dlab.company.com:5006"
bokeh_modelid="105c7f56-9b1e-439e-81d0-36113ba5d240" bokeh_modeltype="Plot"
async="true">​

...

Unfortunately, I cannot put it on a public facing page.
For me having an option to disable the toolbar when embedding would work
great.
Especially because some plots does not require live interaction and they
look better w/o the toolbar.

Thanks,
Dariusz

On Thursday, May 22, 2014 7:13:04 PM UTC+2, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
>
> Dariusz,
>
> I am not familiar with Sharepoint, but the behavior you describe sounds
> very odd. Can you provide more details or perhaps a code sample of of your
> plot and how you embedded it? Is there a public facing page that I could
> check out? If so, I can send you email you directly to obtain the URL. Also
> note there is a newer (better, simpler) embedding API in GitHub master
> which will be available on a dev release today or tomorrow (or on GH now,
> but requires building BokehJS yourself)
>
> We do test on Windows/IE before release, but I do not believe any testing
> has ever been done with IE 9. I don’t think IE9 support will arrive without
> a new contributor making a pull request, or else some kind of consulting
> arrangement to provide funding to specifically prioritize that task.
>
> --
> Bryan Van de Ven
> Continuum Analytics
>
> On May 22, 2014 at 12:02:58 PM, [email protected] ( > > [email protected] ) wrote:
> > I’d like to incorporate Bokeh plots into corporate Sharepoint.
> > I was able to add it to the Sharepoint wiki, however, the bokeh tools
> are
> > not working and instead the page is just reloaded when I click on the
> > bookeh toolbar.
> >
> > I think it won't be easy to fix the toolbar behaviour as it would
> require
> > Sharepoint hacking so I'd like to embed a plot without a toolbar. Is it
> > possible?
> >
> > Other question: do bokeh plots work in IE 10 or 11? Most people here use
> IE
> > 9 and it is not showing plots.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Dariusz
> >
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If you simply pass an empty string, you will not load any tools, I mean:

tools=""

instead of

tools=“pan, wheel_zoom, box_zoom, reset, previewsave” (or whatever tools are you using…)

Damián.

···

On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 1:53 PM, [email protected] wrote:

Here is the web part source on the Sharepoint site:

  <td valign="top"><div WebPartID="7dd2d17d-685c-4b6c-8baf-5d765c71c0e4" WebPartID2="6e1ecf09-f0f9-4ddb-808b-3b1a0a75d04c" HasPers="false" id="WebPartWPQ2" width="100%" class="ms-WPBody" allowRemove="false" allowDelete="false" style="" ><script src="[http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/embed.js](http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/embed.js)" bokeh_plottype="serverconn" bokeh_docid="1a4007ef-f36e-4ea8-a359-be3145254abd" bokeh_ws_conn_string="ws://[dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/sub](http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/sub)" bokeh_docapikey="b2f64495-8a01-48f2-a216-0f50f43e8e41" bokeh_root_url="[http://dlab.company.com:5006](http://dlab.company.com:5006)" bokeh_modelid="105c7f56-9b1e-439e-81d0-36113ba5d240" bokeh_modeltype="Plot" async="true"></script>​</div></td>

Unfortunately, I cannot put it on a public facing page.

For me having an option to disable the toolbar when embedding would work great.

Especially because some plots does not require live interaction and they look better w/o the toolbar.

Thanks,

Dariusz

On Thursday, May 22, 2014 7:13:04 PM UTC+2, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Dariusz,

I am not familiar with Sharepoint, but the behavior you describe sounds very odd. Can you provide more details or perhaps a code sample of of your plot and how you embedded it? Is there a public facing page that I could check out? If so, I can send you email you directly to obtain the URL. Also note there is a newer (better, simpler) embedding API in GitHub master which will be available on a dev release today or tomorrow (or on GH now, but requires building BokehJS yourself)

We do test on Windows/IE before release, but I do not believe any testing has ever been done with IE 9. I don’t think IE9 support will arrive without a new contributor making a pull request, or else some kind of consulting arrangement to provide funding to specifically prioritize that task.

Bryan Van de Ven

Continuum Analytics

On May 22, 2014 at 12:02:58 PM, [email protected] ([email protected]) wrote:

I’d like to incorporate Bokeh plots into corporate Sharepoint.

I was able to add it to the Sharepoint wiki, however, the bokeh tools are

not working and instead the page is just reloaded when I click on the

bookeh toolbar.

I think it won’t be easy to fix the toolbar behaviour as it would require

Sharepoint hacking so I’d like to embed a plot without a toolbar. Is it

possible?

Other question: do bokeh plots work in IE 10 or 11? Most people here use IE

9 and it is not showing plots.

Thanks,

Dariusz

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That works.
However, being able to turn it off for embedding only would be even better, so I’m looking forward to the new features.

As for IE compatibility, I have problem even in IE 11 so I’ll open a separate thread for this.

Thanks,

Dariusz

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On Sunday, May 25, 2014 9:03:21 PM UTC+2, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Dariusz,

We do want to make a more configurable plot frame around Bokeh, that can have the toolbar switched on or off, etc. There is actually some preliminary work in a PR already. In the mean time, would it simply suffice to remove all the tools? You can add tools=“” to a figure() or renderer call to suppress all the tools.

Bryan Van de Ven

Continuum Analytics

On May 23, 2014 at 11:53:33 AM, [email protected] ([email protected]) wrote:

Here is the web part source on the Sharepoint site:

WebPartID2=“6e1ecf09-f0f9-4ddb-808b-3b1a0a75d04c” HasPers=“false”

id=“WebPartWPQ2” width=“100%” class=“ms-WPBody” allowRemove=“false”

allowDelete=“false” style="" >> src=“http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/embed.js

bokeh_plottype=“serverconn”

bokeh_docid=“1a4007ef-f36e-4ea8-a359-be3145254abd”

bokeh_ws_conn_string=“ws://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/sub

bokeh_docapikey=“b2f64495-8a01-48f2-a216-0f50f43e8e41”

bokeh_root_url=“http://dlab.company.com:5006

bokeh_modelid=“105c7f56-9b1e-439e-81d0-36113ba5d240” bokeh_modeltype=“Plot”

async=“true”>​

Unfortunately, I cannot put it on a public facing page.

For me having an option to disable the toolbar when embedding would work

great.

Especially because some plots does not require live interaction and they

look better w/o the toolbar.

Thanks,

Dariusz

On Thursday, May 22, 2014 7:13:04 PM UTC+2, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Dariusz,

I am not familiar with Sharepoint, but the behavior you describe sounds

very odd. Can you provide more details or perhaps a code sample of of your

plot and how you embedded it? Is there a public facing page that I could

check out? If so, I can send you email you directly to obtain the URL. Also

note there is a newer (better, simpler) embedding API in GitHub master

which will be available on a dev release today or tomorrow (or on GH now,

but requires building BokehJS yourself)

We do test on Windows/IE before release, but I do not believe any testing

has ever been done with IE 9. I don’t think IE9 support will arrive without

a new contributor making a pull request, or else some kind of consulting

arrangement to provide funding to specifically prioritize that task.

Bryan Van de Ven

Continuum Analytics

On May 22, 2014 at 12:02:58 PM, [email protected] ( > > > > [email protected] ) wrote:

I’d like to incorporate Bokeh plots into corporate Sharepoint.

I was able to add it to the Sharepoint wiki, however, the bokeh tools

are

not working and instead the page is just reloaded when I click on the

bookeh toolbar.

I think it won’t be easy to fix the toolbar behaviour as it would

require

Sharepoint hacking so I’d like to embed a plot without a toolbar. Is it

possible?

Other question: do bokeh plots work in IE 10 or 11? Most people here use

IE

9 and it is not showing plots.

Thanks,

Dariusz

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That works.

Thanks,

Dariusz

···

On Sunday, May 25, 2014 9:03:21 PM UTC+2, Damian Avila wrote:

If you simply pass an empty string, you will not load any tools, I mean:

tools=""

instead of

tools=“pan, wheel_zoom, box_zoom, reset, previewsave” (or whatever tools are you using…)

Damián.

On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 1:53 PM, [email protected] wrote:

Here is the web part source on the Sharepoint site:

<tr>
  <td valign="top"><div WebPartID="7dd2d17d-685c-4b6c-8baf-5d765c71c0e4" WebPartID2="6e1ecf09-f0f9-4ddb-808b-3b1a0a75d04c" HasPers="false" id="WebPartWPQ2" width="100%" class="ms-WPBody" allowRemove="false" allowDelete="false" style="" ><script src="[http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/embed.js](http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/embed.js)" bokeh_plottype="serverconn" bokeh_docid="1a4007ef-f36e-4ea8-a359-be3145254abd" bokeh_ws_conn_string="ws://[dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/sub](http://dlab.company.com:5006/bokeh/sub)" bokeh_docapikey="b2f64495-8a01-48f2-a216-0f50f43e8e41" bokeh_root_url="[http://dlab.company.com:5006](http://dlab.company.com:5006)" bokeh_modelid="105c7f56-9b1e-439e-81d0-36113ba5d240" bokeh_modeltype="Plot" async="true"></script>​</div></td>
</tr>

Unfortunately, I cannot put it on a public facing page.

For me having an option to disable the toolbar when embedding would work great.

Especially because some plots does not require live interaction and they look better w/o the toolbar.

Thanks,

Dariusz

On Thursday, May 22, 2014 7:13:04 PM UTC+2, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Dariusz,

I am not familiar with Sharepoint, but the behavior you describe sounds very odd. Can you provide more details or perhaps a code sample of of your plot and how you embedded it? Is there a public facing page that I could check out? If so, I can send you email you directly to obtain the URL. Also note there is a newer (better, simpler) embedding API in GitHub master which will be available on a dev release today or tomorrow (or on GH now, but requires building BokehJS yourself)

We do test on Windows/IE before release, but I do not believe any testing has ever been done with IE 9. I don’t think IE9 support will arrive without a new contributor making a pull request, or else some kind of consulting arrangement to provide funding to specifically prioritize that task.

Bryan Van de Ven

Continuum Analytics

On May 22, 2014 at 12:02:58 PM, [email protected] ([email protected]) wrote:

I’d like to incorporate Bokeh plots into corporate Sharepoint.

I was able to add it to the Sharepoint wiki, however, the bokeh tools are

not working and instead the page is just reloaded when I click on the

bookeh toolbar.

I think it won’t be easy to fix the toolbar behaviour as it would require

Sharepoint hacking so I’d like to embed a plot without a toolbar. Is it

possible?

Other question: do bokeh plots work in IE 10 or 11? Most people here use IE

9 and it is not showing plots.

Thanks,

Dariusz

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