If you can host the Bokeh plots at an external HTTPS URL, then it seems like this might be an option:
It seems this may not be possible, in which case directly embedding real interactive Bokeh plots is not possible. But other information is conflicting and perhaps that's out of date. Sorry I don't have a more definitive answer.
If anyone knows for certain, or has found a way, hopefully they will share that information here.
On Feb 27, 2018, at 05:57, Lefteris Koulierakis <[email protected]> wrote:
The problem is the following: I have made some nice interactive figures using bokeh (without callbacks) and I would like to import these figures to my presentation. For my presentation I intend to use Google Slides, but I may also use MS Powerpoint. Instead of going through the different tabs of my browser, to show the figures I would really like to have them in my presentation and keep the interactions. Is that possible?
Thanks in advance,
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