push_notebook in jupyterlab

Hi folks, I see that in 0.12.15, push_notebook was updated to work with jupyterlab. I’m on Bokeh 0.13 (with jupyterlab 0.33.0rc1 and with the jupyterlab_bokeh extension installed as documented on the extension README) and I can’t seem to make this work. I’ve tested with a simple circle plot using a ColumnDataSource that works as expected in the notebook, but not in jupyter lab. Are there any tricks to getting this working?

Cheers,

Chris.

There are console errors with 0.32 and the latest extension, so it looks like the Jupyter folks recently broke something. It will require investigation, and a new release of of the extension. Please make a GH issue on the extension repo. In the interim I can only suggest downgrading jupyterlab to the last version that worked (I don't know what would be, though).

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Jul 24, 2018, at 03:33, Christopher Nolan <[email protected]> wrote:

Hi folks, I see that in 0.12.15, push_notebook was updated to work with jupyterlab. I'm on Bokeh 0.13 (with jupyterlab 0.33.0rc1 and with the jupyterlab_bokeh extension installed as documented on the extension README) and I can't seem to make this work. I've tested with a simple circle plot using a ColumnDataSource that works as expected in the notebook, but not in jupyter lab. Are there any tricks to getting this working?

Cheers,
Chris.

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Thanks, and done.

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On Wednesday, 25 July 2018 12:08:39 UTC+10, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

There are console errors with 0.32 and the latest extension, so it looks like the Jupyter folks recently broke something. It will require investigation, and a new release of of the extension. Please make a GH issue on the extension repo. In the interim I can only suggest downgrading jupyterlab to the last version that worked (I don’t know what would be, though).

Thanks,

Bryan

On Jul 24, 2018, at 03:33, Christopher Nolan [email protected] wrote:

Hi folks, I see that in 0.12.15, push_notebook was updated to work with jupyterlab. I’m on Bokeh 0.13 (with jupyterlab 0.33.0rc1 and with the jupyterlab_bokeh extension installed as documented on the extension README) and I can’t seem to make this work. I’ve tested with a simple circle plot using a ColumnDataSource that works as expected in the notebook, but not in jupyter lab. Are there any tricks to getting this working?

Cheers,

Chris.


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