I don’t really understand the question. Bokeh server and push_notebook/interact are complementary techniques, but they would never be used together at the same time in any situation I can imagine. Are you trying to convert an existing push_notebook/interact style interaction to be implemented as a bokeh server app in a notebook? If so there is an example bokeh server app notebook here:
On Jul 30, 2018, at 06:49, Mr Nnorom [email protected] wrote:
I have been able to successfully use the interact function to create a Dropdown that can change column names and make a different plot in my Jupyter notebook. I have not been successful using the same code and running in the bokeh server. Is there a specific way to do this in the bokeh server? Am I supposed to add a notebook handle somewhere in the curdoc function?
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