from bokeh.charts import Bar but ImportError: cannot import name 'XYBuilder'

Hi,

I try build a Bar chart from the example on the site “http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/charts.html”.

but when I import, it occurs error.

My bokeh version is 0.11.1, python 3.4 and system is windows7, but it is OK if I run this code in Linux.

it’s still error after I try reinstall all package, copy the package from Linux.

Is there anything I miss?

Thanks!

That’s very odd Amin.

I don’t have a windows machine to test on I’m afraid.

  Can you tell us if you can successfully use Line and Scatter on

windows (this might help figure out what’s going on).

Some code to try:

`from bokeh.charts import Line, Scatter``

  ``from bokeh.sampledata.glucose import data``

  ``glucose = data.copy()[0:2000]``

  ``show(Line(glucose, palette=Spectral8))``

  ``show(``Scatter(``glucose``        , x='mpg',

y=‘hp’))`

Secondly, can you tell us how you installed bokeh on windows.

Sincerely,

Sarah Bird

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On 5/3/16 1:12 AM, Amin wrote:

Hi,

      I try build a Bar chart from the example on the site

.

but when I import, it occurs error.

      My bokeh version is 0.11.1, python 3.4 and system is

windows7, but it is OK if I run this code in Linux.

      it's still error after I try reinstall all package, copy

the package from Linux.

Is there anything I miss?

Thanks!

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I've seen this a couple of times. Every instance was caused by a by an installation problem, typically old .pyc files that did not get removed for some reason, presumably during an update. I recommend manually deleting anything bokeh related in your site-packages and installing fresh.

Thanks,

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On May 3, 2016, at 4:00 AM, Sarah Bird - Continuum <[email protected]> wrote:

That's very odd Amin.

I don't have a windows machine to test on I'm afraid.
Can you tell us if you can successfully use Line and Scatter on windows (this might help figure out what's going on).

Some code to try:

from bokeh.charts import Line, Scatter
from bokeh.sampledata.glucose import data
glucose = data.copy()[0:2000]
show(Line(glucose, palette=Spectral8))
show(Scatter(glucose, x='mpg', y='hp'))
Secondly, can you tell us how you installed bokeh on windows.
Sincerely,

Sarah Bird

On 5/3/16 1:12 AM, Amin wrote:

Hi,

I try build a Bar chart from the example on the site "http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/charts.html".

but when I import, it occurs error.

My bokeh version is 0.11.1, python 3.4 and system is windows7, but it is OK if I run this code in Linux.
it's still error after I try reinstall all package, copy the package from Linux.

Is there anything I miss?

Thanks!
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Hi Sarah Bird

I try these code, but it is error, too.

But I can successfully use Line by the example.

Do I have to add some code?

I installed bokeh by “pip install bokeh” first time, and also in Linux.

Thanks.

Amin

Sarah Bird於 2016年5月3日星期二 UTC+8下午5時00分14秒寫道:

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That’s very odd Amin.

I don’t have a windows machine to test on I’m afraid.

  Can you tell us if you can successfully use Line and Scatter on

windows (this might help figure out what’s going on).

Some code to try:

`from bokeh.charts import Line, Scatter``

  ``from bokeh.sampledata.glucose import data``

  ``glucose = data.copy()[0:2000]``

  ``show(Line(glucose, palette=Spectral8))``

  ``show(``Scatter(``glucose``        , x='mpg',

y=‘hp’))`

Secondly, can you tell us how you installed bokeh on windows.

Sincerely,

Sarah Bird

On 5/3/16 1:12 AM, Amin wrote:

Hi,

      I try build a Bar chart from the example on the site

“http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/charts.html”.

but when I import, it occurs error.

      My bokeh version is 0.11.1, python 3.4 and system is

windows7, but it is OK if I run this code in Linux.

      it's still error after I try reinstall all package, copy

the package from Linux.

Is there anything I miss?

Thanks!

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Thank you, Bryan.

But when the code occurs error the second times, I already delete all packages, and instlall again by step on “http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/installation.html

I also removed python from my system.

And now, there is a strange thing.

After I restart my pc, it’s OK !

But I did not do anything this morning,

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I’ve seen this a couple of times. Every instance was caused by a by an installation problem, typically old .pyc files that did not get removed for some reason, presumably during an update. I recommend manually deleting anything bokeh related in your site-packages and installing fresh.

Thanks,

Bryan

On May 3, 2016, at 4:00 AM, Sarah Bird - Continuum [email protected] wrote:

That’s very odd Amin.

I don’t have a windows machine to test on I’m afraid.

Can you tell us if you can successfully use Line and Scatter on windows (this might help figure out what’s going on).

Some code to try:

from bokeh.charts import Line, Scatter

from bokeh.sampledata.glucose import data

glucose = data.copy()[0:2000]

show(Line(glucose, palette=Spectral8))

show(Scatter(glucose, x=‘mpg’, y=‘hp’))

Secondly, can you tell us how you installed bokeh on windows.

Sincerely,

Sarah Bird

On 5/3/16 1:12 AM, Amin wrote:

Hi,

I try build a Bar chart from the example on the site “http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/charts.html”.

but when I import, it occurs error.

My bokeh version is 0.11.1, python 3.4 and system is windows7, but it is OK if I run this code in Linux.

it’s still error after I try reinstall all package, copy the package from Linux.

Is there anything I miss?

Thanks!


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