On Feb 16, 2016, at 8:36 AM, Robert <[email protected]> wrote:
I'm sorry for not being entirely clear. A revision in my code makes the problem somewhat easier. I only wish to re-name the x-axis in a plot in a callback. Each figure exists in a Panel object as a tab in a tabs object.
for i in number_of_figures:
tab_plots.append(Panel(child = hplot(figure_obj, radio_group, vform(text_input_rsf, text_input_sputter, text_input_crater_depth)), title = attr_id))
tabs = Tabs(tabs = tab_plots)
session = push_session(curdoc())
And the callback exists on the text_input_sputter/crater_depth objects by an .on_change trigger. So whichever is easier of changing the current x-axis or simply updating with an additional x-axis.
I hope that clarifies things somewhat.
tirsdag 16. februar 2016 03.37.12 UTC+1 skrev Bryan Van de ven følgende:
I'm a little unclear from your description. Do you need a new plot, or do you just need to update an existing plot with new data? If you are using the default data ranges, then if you replace the data with smaller or larger values, the axes should update automatically. Alternatively, you can explicitly set a new start/end on existing ranges or data ranges. Or are you wanting e.g., two x-axes at the same time? Maybe a drawing or some code would help clarify your use case.
You can certainly replace an entire plot of you want/need to as well (just replace the plot in whatever layout it is in with a new plot). Just trying to understand the situation better
> On Feb 15, 2016, at 10:37 AM, Robert <[email protected]> wrote:
> I'm currently working on changing the axes when converting units in a plot. This is done by a callback on a text-input that does simple math and produces a new array.
> As the elements in the new array is approximately 10^-3 times smaller than the original I need to create an additional x-axis and a new line that is linked to the new x-axis.
> The question is then how do you grab a figure from a tab, delete it and insert a new plot in the same location in real-time using bokeh serve in the background? Is it done simply with list manipulations? Or can I change the figure directly by assigning it as a variable and setting that variable as a tab and then changing the figure-variable later?
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