Hello, the interactive nature of rbokeh plots are very helpful, yet is there a way to make the ‘hover’ attribute-labels appear permanently?
e.g. refer the code-below and the attached snapshot of the rbokeh plot.
Or is there a way to add some slider (for cluster number) which on tuning, would highlight on the plot, attribute-values of points belonging to the cluster.
( i.e. I want a set of points’s labels to be highlighted at same-time, instead of point-by-point hover)
q <- figure() %>%
ly_points(dim1, dim2, data = twitter,
color = clusterNo, glyph = clusterNo,
hover = list(screenNames, names,Inlinks,Outlinks))
(2) Another query is, what is the best way to deploy a publicly accessible rbokeh plot e.g. say I want to render rbokeh-plot using a fixed set of data, such that basic rbokeh interactive features are still intact, and also publicly accessible.