There is no quick answer to this and it seem s to me like you’re hacking in
the right direction.
As you probably know, w e can’t
leverage CSS transi tions,
because the glyphs aren’t DOM objects.
I believe there has
been some discussion about
animation s in the past, but I’m not
sure of the issue off the top
of my head.
The bokeh objects are exposed through Bokeh.index and the CustomJS
callback interface. But are
you specifically meaning jquery when you say Bokeh.$?
If yes, can I ask
where you were going with
On 11/3/16 4:08 AM,
I want to smoothly fade_in the new circles and
fade_out the ones being removed from the plot.
Is there a way to achieve this without having a loop in
Python to cycle through fill_alphas? I know the same loop
lighter on the CPU, but is still rather hacky (finding a
particular Glyph from DOM is tricky, but not impossible).
Any thoughts? How about exposing the document, plot, source
objects through Bokeh.$?
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