Text in div based on single selection widget

I’d like to use both widgets to display predefined text based on the selection (similar idea like here: https://pbpython.com/wine_visualization.html).

More precisely:
select: “A” --> display: “sample text”
select: “B” --> display: “works”

Anyone can help? No JS if possible, please.

Just change Div.text in your Python callback that reacts to the select’s value change. Note that it will work only if you’re using bokeh serve. If you aren’t, then there will have to be some JS, but it will be just 1-2 lines.

Thanks Eugene,
This is what I’ve manage to invent. Unfortunately it doesn’t work. Can you please point out what and how should be corrected?

select_biplot = Select(title = 'Select Biplot', value = 'SYM', options = ['SYM', 'COV', 'JK'])
SYM = """SYM Your For this example"""
COV = """COV Your For this example"""
JK = """JK Your For this example"""

div_biplot = Paragraph(text=SYM, width=240, css_classes=['div_biplot'])
menu_biplot = Column(select_biplot, div_biplot, name='menu_biplot', width=250)

def biplot_callback(attrname, old, new):
    if select_biplot.value == 'COV':
        Paragraph.text=COV
    elif select_biplot.value == 'JK':
        Paragraph.text=JK
    else:
        Paragraph.text=SYM
select_biplot.on_change('value', biplot_callback)

curdoc().add_root(menu_biplot)

@grzegorz.malinowski

Your callback is modifying the bokeh core model Paragraph, but you need to operate on your specific model, div_biplot.

Your callback should be something like the following.

def biplot_callback(attrname, old, new):
    if new == 'COV':
        div_biplot.text=COV
    elif new == 'JK':
        div_biplot.text=JK
    else:
        div_biplot.text=SYM

Thank you. Works. Theoretically, would it be possible to use dict for that?