There's no way to automatically fill the current plot area. You will have to set the bounds for image_url to match the current data bounds of the plot, explicitly. An "background image" annotation could make a nice feature addition to Bokeh. I'd encourage you to submit a feature request issue on the GitHb issue tracker:
It would also be possible to create a custom user extension to do this sort of thing as well. It's a more advanced approach, but if you are interested, we could try to assist.
On Jun 20, 2016, at 8:57 AM, Armand Zangue <[email protected]> wrote:
I'm trying to use an svg as background image for a figure plot. I've used the image_url() API in order to achieve this; seems to be the way, only problem is the image won't scale to fit and fill the whole background.
Any Idea how I can do it?
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