Hover Scatter Plot Tooltip Behavior for Overlapping Points in Bokeh 0.8.0

I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed (probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only showing one tool tip? Thanks.

Hi Mitch,

There is currently no way to control the behavior when there are multiple hits in dens regions. There is an open issue for Hover tool improvements, and this in particular is one thing that is planned to be addressed. Basically there should be a policy to rate-limit the total number of hover tooltips rendered at any one moment, and also to put each hit in its own separate (dodged) tooltip. I am hoping this can go in 0.8.2 sometime in March.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Feb 23, 2015, at 1:18 PM, [email protected] wrote:

I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed (probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only showing one tool tip? Thanks.

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This would be excellent. Looking forward to the update.

Mitch

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On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 2:23:03 PM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Hi Mitch,

There is currently no way to control the behavior when there are multiple hits in dens regions. There is an open issue for Hover tool improvements, and this in particular is one thing that is planned to be addressed. Basically there should be a policy to rate-limit the total number of hover tooltips rendered at any one moment, and also to put each hit in its own separate (dodged) tooltip. I am hoping this can go in 0.8.2 sometime in March.

Thanks,

Bryan

On Feb 23, 2015, at 1:18 PM, [email protected] wrote:

I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed (probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only showing one tool tip? Thanks.


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Hate to open an old topic, but was wondering whether this feature has been implemented or it has an open issue. Can’t find anything about rate_limit in the docs.

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On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 11:23:03 AM UTC-8, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Hi Mitch,

There is currently no way to control the behavior when there are multiple hits in dens regions. There is an open issue for Hover tool improvements, and this in particular is one thing that is planned to be addressed. Basically there should be a policy to rate-limit the total number of hover tooltips rendered at any one moment, and also to put each hit in its own separate (dodged) tooltip. I am hoping this can go in 0.8.2 sometime in March.

Thanks,

Bryan

On Feb 23, 2015, at 1:18 PM, [email protected] wrote:

I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed (probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only showing one tool tip? Thanks.


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I don't recall anything being done to solve this.

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On 10/28/15 10:11 PM, waqy wrote:

Hate to open an old topic, but was wondering whether this feature has
been implemented or it has an open issue. Can't find anything about
rate_limit in the docs.

On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 11:23:03 AM UTC-8, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

    Hi Mitch,

    There is currently no way to control the behavior when there are
    multiple hits in dens regions. There is an open issue for Hover tool
    improvements, and this in particular is one thing that is planned to
    be addressed. Basically there should be a policy to rate-limit the
    total number of hover tooltips rendered at any one moment, and also
    to put each hit in its own separate (dodged) tooltip. I am hoping
    this can go in 0.8.2 sometime in March.

    Thanks,

    Bryan

    > On Feb 23, 2015, at 1:18 PM, [email protected] <javascript:> wrote:
    >
    > I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take
    advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover
    tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is
    relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers
    over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially
    merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the
    previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed
    (probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred
    over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting
    now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of
    plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only
    showing one tool tip? Thanks.
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Not yet, I have a pretty clear notion of what needs to be done, but have not had any time to dig into it. If anyone else would like to take a crack at, I would love to describe the design I have in mind as well as help however I can with questions, etc.

Bryan

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On Nov 5, 2015, at 3:14 PM, Sarah Bird <[email protected]> wrote:

I don't recall anything being done to solve this.

On 10/28/15 10:11 PM, waqy wrote:

Hate to open an old topic, but was wondering whether this feature has
been implemented or it has an open issue. Can't find anything about
rate_limit in the docs.

On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 11:23:03 AM UTC-8, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

   Hi Mitch,

   There is currently no way to control the behavior when there are
   multiple hits in dens regions. There is an open issue for Hover tool
   improvements, and this in particular is one thing that is planned to
   be addressed. Basically there should be a policy to rate-limit the
   total number of hover tooltips rendered at any one moment, and also
   to put each hit in its own separate (dodged) tooltip. I am hoping
   this can go in 0.8.2 sometime in March.

   Thanks,

   Bryan

On Feb 23, 2015, at 1:18 PM, [email protected] <javascript:> wrote:

I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take

   advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover
   tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is
   relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers
   over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially
   merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the
   previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed
   (probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred
   over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting
   now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of
   plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only
   showing one tool tip? Thanks.

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If this still hasn’t been taken on, I would like to volunteer myself.

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On Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 3:32:29 PM UTC-6, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Not yet, I have a pretty clear notion of what needs to be done, but have not had any time to dig into it. If anyone else would like to take a crack at, I would love to describe the design I have in mind as well as help however I can with questions, etc.

Bryan

On Nov 5, 2015, at 3:14 PM, Sarah Bird [email protected] wrote:

I don’t recall anything being done to solve this.

On 10/28/15 10:11 PM, waqy wrote:

Hate to open an old topic, but was wondering whether this feature has

been implemented or it has an open issue. Can’t find anything about

rate_limit in the docs.

On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 11:23:03 AM UTC-8, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Hi Mitch,

There is currently no way to control the behavior when there are

multiple hits in dens regions. There is an open issue for Hover tool

improvements, and this in particular is one thing that is planned to

be addressed. Basically there should be a policy to rate-limit the

total number of hover tooltips rendered at any one moment, and also

to put each hit in its own separate (dodged) tooltip. I am hoping

this can go in 0.8.2 sometime in March.

Thanks,

Bryan

On Feb 23, 2015, at 1:18 PM, [email protected] <javascript:> wrote:

I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take

advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover

tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is

relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers

over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially

merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the

previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed

(probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred

over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting

now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of

plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only

showing one tool tip? Thanks.

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Hi, it would be great to have some help on this front. There is currently some discussion and re-arranging going on around selections. It might be best to wait until the dust settles on that. Here are some discussions you might want to check into though, for now:

  https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/pull/5158
  https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/issues/2328

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Oct 1, 2016, at 5:25 PM, [email protected] wrote:

If this still hasn't been taken on, I would like to volunteer myself.

On Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 3:32:29 PM UTC-6, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
Not yet, I have a pretty clear notion of what needs to be done, but have not had any time to dig into it. If anyone else would like to take a crack at, I would love to describe the design I have in mind as well as help however I can with questions, etc.

Bryan

> On Nov 5, 2015, at 3:14 PM, Sarah Bird <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> I don't recall anything being done to solve this.
>
> On 10/28/15 10:11 PM, waqy wrote:
>> Hate to open an old topic, but was wondering whether this feature has
>> been implemented or it has an open issue. Can't find anything about
>> rate_limit in the docs.
>>
>> On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 11:23:03 AM UTC-8, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
>>
>> Hi Mitch,
>>
>> There is currently no way to control the behavior when there are
>> multiple hits in dens regions. There is an open issue for Hover tool
>> improvements, and this in particular is one thing that is planned to
>> be addressed. Basically there should be a policy to rate-limit the
>> total number of hover tooltips rendered at any one moment, and also
>> to put each hit in its own separate (dodged) tooltip. I am hoping
>> this can go in 0.8.2 sometime in March.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Bryan
>>
>>
>>> On Feb 23, 2015, at 1:18 PM, [email protected] <javascript:> wrote:
>>>
>>> I am upgrading some embedded plots to Bokeh 0.8.0 to take
>> advantage of some of the new features. I have noticed that the hover
>> tool tip behavior has changed for scatter plots. My scatter plot is
>> relatively dense in certain regions and when the hover tool hovers
>> over these regions a long tool tip is displayed that essentially
>> merges tool tips for any point that overlaps that region. In the
>> previous build of Bokeh (0.6.0?) only one tool tip was displayed
>> (probably for the most central point). That behavior is preferred
>> over the much messier looking long list of tool tips I am getting
>> now in 0.8.0. Is there an option to control this or different way of
>> plotting (ex:circle plot) that will change the behavior back to only
>> showing one tool tip? Thanks.
>>>
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