Html file generated from bokeh too large

I have an html file generated out from bokeh that is ~5MB. Currently its taking more than a minute to load on chrome.

Anyway that i can optimize this.

I am not a UI person, hence was banking on using bokeh.

However, am ready to invest on trying out a few options, would need some pointers.

4_6M_Html_file.zip (947 KB)

Hi,

I stopped counting at 100 plots. Bokeh makes various explicit tradeoffs, and some of them mean that it is not (and write possibly never will be) suitable for 100+ plots on a page. You can find more technical discussion of this fact here:

  https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/issues/6294

So one option is simply not to use Bokeh. However, if you'd like to use Bokeh then I'd suggest your only real option for now is to find some way to split this up into multiple pages with no more that ~15-20 plots at most per page.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On May 23, 2018, at 11:32, [email protected] wrote:

I have an html file generated out from bokeh that is ~5MB. Currently its taking more than a minute to load on chrome.

Anyway that i can optimize this.

I am not a UI person, hence was banking on using bokeh.

However, am ready to invest on trying out a few options, would need some pointers.

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