Thanks a lot for your prompt feedback.
Actually, the space is due to that I didn’t set the height in DataTable, as a result, it uses the default value (I guess). I ever thought that, the table will auto shrink it’s height according to the row number.
After I explicitly set the height value with small number, then the space disappears.
Before, my code of the table is (No height value set)
dash_table = DataTable(source=source, columns=columns, width=1200)
After, I use
dash_table = DataTable(source=source, columns=columns, width=1200, height=110)
Sorry if any inconveniences bring to you by my previous question.
On Monday, February 15, 2016 at 10:23:49 PM UTC+8, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
Improving layout capabilities is one of our high priorites, I and others will be working on in it in the next two weeks, Until then, if the default layout is not acceptable, I think the only other option is to embed individual items (the plot, table, etc) into your own template, using the functions in bokeh.embed
On Feb 15, 2016, at 4:32 AM, gongming wei [email protected] wrote:
I generated and rendered two charts elements, DataTable and Tabs on my webpage with bokeh as following
figout = bp.vplot(dash_table,tabs)
script, div = components(figout)
However on my web browser, there is one big space between the two elements as shown in following picture.
My question is
- How I can removed the space between the two charts elements.
- How I can increase the font size of the DataTable and the Tab title. (Whether they are controlled by bokeh.css??)
Thanks in advance
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