Given that you 're
using django, I’m guessing you have a template for your
You can pass bokeh.embe d.components
a di ctionary of plot object
and it will return a dictionary of div tags and a single script.
Use the diction ary of div tags throughout your django
template and stick the s cript tag at the bottom, and you
should be good to go.
A similar example is here:
On 10/8/16 11:00 AM,
Greetings All -
I have a need to have 2 bokeh figures on a page.
I need them to separate from each other. Currently I can have
only one figure (with multiple plots using grid/rows/columns)
but not with multiple figures.
I am using django.
Thanks in advance.
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