Plot display Issues in Django

While getting the script from autoload_server() I am getting a display issues as showed in the images. Running the plots with the show command do not have this issue. Any idea how to remedy this?

The first example of this error is from the happiness project example.

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On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 4:22:04 PM UTC-5, Robbie Pritchard wrote:

While getting the script from autoload_server() I am getting a display issues as showed in the images. Running the plots with the show command do not have this issue. Any idea how to remedy this?

Looks to me like it’s missing some css.

  The happiness demo (which I wrote) hasn't received any love in a

while so it wouldn’t surprise me if something’s got out of sync.

Feel free to open an issue on the bokeh-demos github.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

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On 8/25/16 2:29 PM, Robbie Pritchard
wrote:

    The first example of this error is from the happiness project

example.

      On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 4:22:04 PM UTC-5, Robbie

Pritchard wrote:

While getting the script from autoload_server()
I am getting a display issues as showed in the images.
Running the plots with the show command do not have
this issue. Any idea how to remedy this?

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Does bokeh have a generic css file? I ask because this is also happening with my custom layout plots, which display correctly with the show commend. The error happens when it is built with the tag generated from the autoload_server()

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On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 4:37:33 PM UTC-5, Sarah Bird wrote:

Looks to me like it’s missing some css.

  The happiness demo (which I wrote) hasn't received any love in a

while so it wouldn’t surprise me if something’s got out of sync.

Feel free to open an issue on the bokeh-demos github.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

  On 8/25/16 2:29 PM, Robbie Pritchard > wrote:
    The first example of this error is from the happiness project

example.

      On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 4:22:04 PM UTC-5, Robbie > > Pritchard wrote:

While getting the script from autoload_server()
I am getting a display issues as showed in the images.
Running the plots with the show command do not have
this issue. Any idea how to remedy this?

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Oh…this may be the .bk-root problem.

Try
putting the script tag inside a

with class=“bk-root”

Let me know if that helps.

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https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/issues/4926
On 8/25/16 2:44 PM, Robbie Pritchard
wrote:

    Does bokeh have a generic css file? I ask because

this is also happening with my custom layout plots, which
display correctly with the show commend. The error happens when
it is built with the tag generated from the
autoload_server()

    On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 4:37:33 PM UTC-5, Sarah Bird

wrote:

Looks to me like it’s missing some css.

          The happiness demo (which I wrote) hasn't received any

love in a while so it wouldn’t surprise me if something’s
got out of sync.

Feel free to open an issue on the bokeh-demos github.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

On 8/25/16 2:29 PM, Robbie Pritchard wrote:

            The first example of this error is from the happiness

project example.

              On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 4:22:04 PM UTC-5,

Robbie Pritchard wrote:

While getting the script from autoload_server()
I am getting a display issues as showed in the
images. Running the plots with the show
command do not have this issue. Any idea how
to remedy this?

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That fixed it. Thank you

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On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 4:22:04 PM UTC-5, Robbie Pritchard wrote:

While getting the script from autoload_server() I am getting a display issues as showed in the images. Running the plots with the show command do not have this issue. Any idea how to remedy this?