[pydata] ANN: Bokeh 0.4.4 released

Hello,

I am not very much into bokeh yet.
Right now, it is not clear to me, if it is already possible within bokeh to have several plots with shared x-axes?

Best Regards
Fabian

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On 04/17/2014 05:39 PM, Bryan Van de Ven wrote:

I am happy to announce the release of Bokeh version 0.4.4!

Bokeh is a Python library for visualizing large and realtime datasets on the web. Its goal is to provide elegant, concise construction of novel graphics in the style of Protovis/D3, while delivering high-performance interactivity to thin clients. Bokeh includes its own Javascript library (BokehJS) that implements a reactive scenegraph representation of the plot, and renders efficiently to HTML5 Canvas. Bokeh works well with IPython Notebook, but can generate standalone graphics that embed into regular HTML. If you are a Matplotlib user, you can just use %bokeh magic to start interacting with your plots in the notebook immediately!

Check out the full documentation, interactive gallery, and tutorial at

  http://bokeh.pydata.org

If you are using Anaconda, you can install with conda:

  conda install bokeh

Alternatively, you can install with pip:

  pip install bokeh

We are still working on some bigger features but want to get new fixes and functionality out to users as soon as we can. Some notable features of this release are:

  * Additional Matplotlib, ggplot, and Seaborn compatibility (styling, more examples)
    * TravisCI testing integration at https://travis-ci.org/ContinuumIO/bokeh
  * Tool enhancements, constrained pan/zoom, more hover glyphs
  * Server remote data and downsampling examples
  * Initial work for Bokeh "app" concept

Also, we've also made lots of little bug fixes and enhancements - see the CHANGELOG for full details.

BokehJS is also available by CDN for use in standalone javascript applications:

  http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.js
  http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.css
  http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.min.js
  http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.min.css

Some examples of BokehJS use can be found on the Bokeh JSFiddle page:

  http://jsfiddle.net/user/bokeh/fiddles/

The release of Bokeh 0.5 is planned for early May. Some notable features we plan to include are:

  * Abstract Rendering for semantically meaningful downsampling of large datasets
  * Better grid-based layout system, using Cassowary.js
  * More MPL/Seaborn/ggplot.py compatibility and examples, using MPLExporter
  * Additional tools, improved interactions, and better plot frame
  * Touch support

Issues, enhancement requests, and pull requests can be made on the Bokeh Github page: https://github.com/continuumio/bokeh

Questions can be directed to the Bokeh mailing list: [email protected]

If you have interest in helping to develop Bokeh, please get involved! Special thanks to recent contributors: Amy Troschinetz and Gerald Dalley

Bryan Van de Ven
Continuum Analytics
http://continuum.io

Hello Fabian,

this is possible. For example you can make some line plots and connect the x-axis via x_range (at least so did I) and then if you pan one plot, the others move, too.

Regards
Thomas

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Am 21.04.2014 09:53 schrieb “Fabian Braennstroem” [email protected]:

Hello,

I am not very much into bokeh yet.

Right now, it is not clear to me, if it is already possible within bokeh to have several plots with shared x-axes?

Best Regards

Fabian

On 04/17/2014 05:39 PM, Bryan Van de Ven wrote:

I am happy to announce the release of Bokeh version 0.4.4!

Bokeh is a Python library for visualizing large and realtime datasets on the web. Its goal is to provide elegant, concise construction of novel graphics in the style of Protovis/D3, while delivering high-performance interactivity to thin clients. Bokeh includes its own Javascript library (BokehJS) that implements a reactive scenegraph representation of the plot, and renders efficiently to HTML5 Canvas. Bokeh works well with IPython Notebook, but can generate standalone graphics that embed into regular HTML. If you are a Matplotlib user, you can just use %bokeh magic to start interacting with your plots in the notebook immediately!

Check out the full documentation, interactive gallery, and tutorial at

    [http://bokeh.pydata.org](http://bokeh.pydata.org)

If you are using Anaconda, you can install with conda:

    conda install bokeh

Alternatively, you can install with pip:

    pip install bokeh

We are still working on some bigger features but want to get new fixes and functionality out to users as soon as we can. Some notable features of this release are:

    * Additional Matplotlib, ggplot, and Seaborn compatibility (styling, more examples)

    * TravisCI testing integration at [https://travis-ci.org/ContinuumIO/bokeh](https://travis-ci.org/ContinuumIO/bokeh)

    * Tool enhancements, constrained pan/zoom, more hover glyphs

    * Server remote data and downsampling examples

    * Initial work for Bokeh "app" concept

Also, we’ve also made lots of little bug fixes and enhancements - see the CHANGELOG for full details.

BokehJS is also available by CDN for use in standalone javascript applications:

    [http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.js](http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.js)

    [http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.css](http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.css)

    [http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.min.js](http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.min.js)

    [http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.min.css](http://cdn.pydata.org/bokeh-0.4.4.min.css)

Some examples of BokehJS use can be found on the Bokeh JSFiddle page:

    [http://jsfiddle.net/user/bokeh/fiddles/](http://jsfiddle.net/user/bokeh/fiddles/)

The release of Bokeh 0.5 is planned for early May. Some notable features we plan to include are:

    * Abstract Rendering for semantically meaningful downsampling of large datasets

    * Better grid-based layout system, using Cassowary.js

    * More MPL/Seaborn/ggplot.py compatibility and examples, using MPLExporter

    * Additional tools, improved interactions, and better plot frame

    * Touch support

Issues, enhancement requests, and pull requests can be made on the Bokeh Github page: https://github.com/continuumio/bokeh

Questions can be directed to the Bokeh mailing list: [email protected]

If you have interest in helping to develop Bokeh, please get involved! Special thanks to recent contributors: Amy Troschinetz and Gerald Dalley

Bryan Van de Ven

Continuum Analytics

http://continuum.io

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As Thomas mentioned, you can get linked panning/zooming by sharing ranges between plots. Here is a complete example that shares the x-range:

  from bokeh.plotting import *
  import numpy as np
  output_file("foo.html")
  x = np.arange(0, 10, 0.2)
  p1 = line(x, np.sin(x), color="blue")
  p2 = line(x, np.cos(x), color="red", x_range=p1.x_range)
  show()

Bryan

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On Apr 21, 2014, at 2:12 AM, Fabian Braennstroem <[email protected]> wrote:

Hello,

I am not very much into bokeh yet.
Right now, it is not clear to me, if it is already possible within bokeh to have several plots with shared x-axes?