[TLDR: I don’t know how to setup the z-axis so its centered in the 3D plot]
I’ve successfully setup and run this Surface3D example in my Jupyter Lab notebook on my mac:
I’m looking for documentation and/or examples on how to plot a 3D object in Bokeh so that the origin is centered in the middle of the plotted area so z-axis points up, and negative values of the x and y coordinates extend in the appropriate directions away from that z-axis.
In the attached picture, you can see that i have defined a meshgrid with values that are positive and negative for x and y, but when plotted; the z-axis sprouts straight up from the x,y coordinates of (-150,-150). Trying to find a way for the plot to display the z-axis pointing up from (0,0). Would be grateful for any help you all could provide