Some things have not been completely documented well because we are not entirely happy with the spelling yet. But assuming you are using the bokeh.plotting interface, you can create your figure like this:
p = figure(x_axis_type=None, y_axis_type=None, toolbar_location=None, outline_line_color=None)
That will result in no axes/grids, toolbar, or plot outline.
If you are using the low level "glyphs" interface you can simply just never add axes or grids, and set the toolbar location and outline color to None on the Plot directly.
Let me know if more information is needed.
On Dec 31, 2014, at 4:52 PM, Alex W <[email protected]> wrote:
Is there an equivalent command in Bokeh or the options for a BokehJS plot that hides everything except for the plotted data?
By "hides everything", I mean the behavior of matplotlib's axis('off') command, which leaves nothing but the data you have plotted, omitting grids, axes, axis ticks, headers, titles, legends, etc.
Is this possible?
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