Error with bokeh.charts?

Using:
Fedora 20

Google Chrome

python 3.4

Bokeh 0.6.1

I recently upgraded to bokeh 0.6.1 to try out the bokeh.charts

Note, when I use my old plots they work fine (bokeh.plotting)

I went into bokeh.charts and found an example for Bar and used that example:

from collections import OrderedDict

import numpy as np

from bokeh.charts import Bar

from bokeh.sampledata.olympics2014 import data

data = {d[‘abbr’]: d[‘medals’] for d in data[‘data’] if d[‘medals’][‘total’] > 0}

countries = sorted(data.keys(), key=lambda x: data[x][‘total’], reverse=True)

gold = np.array([data[abbr][‘gold’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

silver = np.array([data[abbr][‘silver’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

bronze = np.array([data[abbr][‘bronze’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

medals = OrderedDict(bronze=bronze, silver=silver, gold=gold)

bar = Bar(medals, countries)

bar.title(“stacked, dict_input”).xlabel(“countries”).ylabel(“medals”).legend(True).width(600).height(400).stacked().notebook().show()

I get the below errors:

Javascript error adding output!

ReferenceError: Bokeh is not defined

See your browser Javascript console for more details.

When I open the Chrome javascript console here are the errors:

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/jquery/jquery.min.map 404 (Not Found)

Hi,

I guess you are in the notebook, can you try cleaning your cache with the dev tools opened, restart the kernel and try running it again?

Damian

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 8:10 PM, jared [email protected] wrote:

Using:
Fedora 20

Google Chrome

python 3.4

Bokeh 0.6.1

I recently upgraded to bokeh 0.6.1 to try out the bokeh.charts

Note, when I use my old plots they work fine (bokeh.plotting)

I went into bokeh.charts and found an example for Bar and used that example:

from collections import OrderedDict

import numpy as np

from bokeh.charts import Bar

from bokeh.sampledata.olympics2014 import data

data = {d[‘abbr’]: d[‘medals’] for d in data[‘data’] if d[‘medals’][‘total’] > 0}

countries = sorted(data.keys(), key=lambda x: data[x][‘total’], reverse=True)

gold = np.array([data[abbr][‘gold’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

silver = np.array([data[abbr][‘silver’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

bronze = np.array([data[abbr][‘bronze’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

medals = OrderedDict(bronze=bronze, silver=silver, gold=gold)

bar = Bar(medals, countries)

bar.title(“stacked, dict_input”).xlabel(“countries”).ylabel(“medals”).legend(True).width(600).height(400).stacked().notebook().show()

I get the below errors:

Javascript error adding output!

ReferenceError: Bokeh is not defined

See your browser Javascript console for more details.

When I open the Chrome javascript console here are the errors:

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/jquery/jquery.min.map 404 (Not Found)

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Hello Damian,
by the cache, are you referring to (in chrome) tools > clear browser data?

That is where I did it.

then restarted the kernel and tried - I received the same error.

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 7:14 PM, Damian Avila [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I guess you are in the notebook, can you try cleaning your cache with the dev tools opened, restart the kernel and try running it again?

Damian

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 8:10 PM, jared [email protected] wrote:

Using:
Fedora 20

Google Chrome

python 3.4

Bokeh 0.6.1

I recently upgraded to bokeh 0.6.1 to try out the bokeh.charts

Note, when I use my old plots they work fine (bokeh.plotting)

I went into bokeh.charts and found an example for Bar and used that example:

from collections import OrderedDict

import numpy as np

from bokeh.charts import Bar

from bokeh.sampledata.olympics2014 import data

data = {d[‘abbr’]: d[‘medals’] for d in data[‘data’] if d[‘medals’][‘total’] > 0}

countries = sorted(data.keys(), key=lambda x: data[x][‘total’], reverse=True)

gold = np.array([data[abbr][‘gold’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

silver = np.array([data[abbr][‘silver’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

bronze = np.array([data[abbr][‘bronze’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

medals = OrderedDict(bronze=bronze, silver=silver, gold=gold)

bar = Bar(medals, countries)

bar.title(“stacked, dict_input”).xlabel(“countries”).ylabel(“medals”).legend(True).width(600).height(400).stacked().notebook().show()

I get the below errors:

Javascript error adding output!

ReferenceError: Bokeh is not defined

See your browser Javascript console for more details.

When I open the Chrome javascript console here are the errors:

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/jquery/jquery.min.map 404 (Not Found)

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Yes, I forgot to mention… you have to actually load Bokeh into the notebook… at the top of your notebook run:

import bokeh

bokeh.load_notebook()

if you are using the IPython 2.x, but if you are using IPython master, add force=True in this way:

import bokeh

bokeh.load_notebook(force=True)

and the run the code with the chart.

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 8:53 PM, jared [email protected] wrote:

Hello Damian,
by the cache, are you referring to (in chrome) tools > clear browser data?

That is where I did it.

then restarted the kernel and tried - I received the same error.

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 7:14 PM, Damian Avila [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I guess you are in the notebook, can you try cleaning your cache with the dev tools opened, restart the kernel and try running it again?

Damian

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 8:10 PM, jared [email protected] wrote:

Using:
Fedora 20

Google Chrome

python 3.4

Bokeh 0.6.1

I recently upgraded to bokeh 0.6.1 to try out the bokeh.charts

Note, when I use my old plots they work fine (bokeh.plotting)

I went into bokeh.charts and found an example for Bar and used that example:

from collections import OrderedDict

import numpy as np

from bokeh.charts import Bar

from bokeh.sampledata.olympics2014 import data

data = {d[‘abbr’]: d[‘medals’] for d in data[‘data’] if d[‘medals’][‘total’] > 0}

countries = sorted(data.keys(), key=lambda x: data[x][‘total’], reverse=True)

gold = np.array([data[abbr][‘gold’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

silver = np.array([data[abbr][‘silver’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

bronze = np.array([data[abbr][‘bronze’] for abbr in countries], dtype=np.float)

medals = OrderedDict(bronze=bronze, silver=silver, gold=gold)

bar = Bar(medals, countries)

bar.title(“stacked, dict_input”).xlabel(“countries”).ylabel(“medals”).legend(True).width(600).height(400).stacked().notebook().show()

I get the below errors:

Javascript error adding output!

ReferenceError: Bokeh is not defined

See your browser Javascript console for more details.

When I open the Chrome javascript console here are the errors:

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/backbone/backbone-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map 404 (Not Found) :8888/static/components/underscore/underscore-min.map:1

GET http://localhost:8888/static/components/jquery/jquery.min.map 404 (Not Found)

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Damian,

Ok, I suppose that is obvious now that I see it.
I apologize for the basic mistake.

I just toke the example as shown by doing:
import bokeh.charts as bc
bc.Bar?

and in that I thought the example that is shown was self contained - but
doing what you suggested makes sense now and works. Thanks for the
assistance Damian.

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 7:58 PM, Damian Avila <[email protected]> wrote:

Yes, I forgot to mention... you have to actually load Bokeh into the
notebook... at the top of your notebook run:

import bokeh
bokeh.load_notebook()

It is noted here: http://bokeh.pydata.org/docs/user_guide/charts.html#interface-outputs, but we probably have to do a better job to communicate it.
Glad it is now working for you.
Have a good Sunday evening/night.

Damian

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 9:03 PM, jared [email protected] wrote:

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On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 7:58 PM, Damian Avila [email protected] wrote:

Yes, I forgot to mention… you have to actually load Bokeh into the notebook… at the top of your notebook run:

import bokeh

bokeh.load_notebook()

Damian,

Ok, I suppose that is obvious now that I see it.

I apologize for the basic mistake.

I just toke the example as shown by doing:

import bokeh.charts as bc

bc.Bar?

and in that I thought the example that is shown was self contained - but doing what you suggested makes sense now and works. Thanks for the assistance Damian.