Undo/redo with gridplot

Hello all,

I would like to thank the team for the Bokeh, also all community for the great discussions and resources to learn from.

My first question in series is about undo/redo.

It works for single plot (full example is in the attachement, taken from ipython notebook cell), when initialized like this:

TOOLS = “box_zoom,undo,redo,tap,pan,wheel_zoom,reset”

create a new plot

p = figure(width=250, plot_height=250, title=None, tools=TOOLS)

p.circle(x, y, size=10, color=“navy”, alpha=0.5)

show the results

show§

The same plot with gridplot has always undo/redo buttons disabled.

with gridplot

g = gridplot([[p]], toolbar_location=‘above’)

show(g)

My real code uses gridplot with two linked plots. Is there a chance I use gridplot wrong here?

Thanks in advance,

Dmitry

undo-redo-w-gridplot.py (424 Bytes)

Hi Dmitry,

                Hopefully

Matesuz can answer that question as he
built the Undo/Redo feature.

                                              I can't find

anything in the documentation about this. Sorry to not be more help.

                              Sincerely,

                                Sa                                      rah

Bird

···

On 2/16/16 5:05 AM, Dmitry Sorokin
wrote:

Hello all,

      I would like to thank the team for the Bokeh, also all

community for the great discussions and resources to learn
from.

My first question in series is about undo/redo.

      It works for single plot (full example is in the

attachement, taken from ipython notebook cell), when
initialized like this:

TOOLS = “box_zoom,undo,redo,tap,pan,wheel_zoom,reset”

create a new plot

        p = figure(width=250, plot_height=250, title=None,

tools=TOOLS)

p.circle(x, y, size=10, color=“navy”, alpha=0.5)

show the results

show§

        The same plot with gridplot has always undo/redo buttons

disabled.

with gridplot

g = gridplot([[p]], toolbar_location=‘above’)

show(g)

      My real code uses gridplot with two linked plots. Is there

a chance I use gridplot wrong here?

Thanks in advance,

Dmitry

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Hi Sarah,

Thank you for your attention to this.

Currentry I have switched from gridplot to vplot.

With vplot each plot has it’s own toolbar which is a bit overhead as my secondary plot is very simple (quads visualizing datetime ranges).

But in this case all tool buttons work.

Regards,

Dmitry

···

On Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 1:52:41 AM UTC+3, Sarah Bird wrote:

Hi Dmitry,

                Hopefully

Matesuz can answer that question as he
built the Undo/Redo feature.

                                              I can't find

anything in the documentation about this. Sorry to not be more help.

                              Sincerely,



                                Sa                                      rah

Bird

  On 2/16/16 5:05 AM, Dmitry Sorokin > wrote:

Hello all,

      I would like to thank the team for the Bokeh, also all

community for the great discussions and resources to learn
from.

My first question in series is about undo/redo.

      It works for single plot (full example is in the

attachement, taken from ipython notebook cell), when
initialized like this:

TOOLS = “box_zoom,undo,redo,tap,pan,wheel_zoom,reset”

create a new plot

        p = figure(width=250, plot_height=250, title=None,

tools=TOOLS)

p.circle(x, y, size=10, color=“navy”, alpha=0.5)

show the results

show§

        The same plot with gridplot has always undo/redo buttons

disabled.

with gridplot

g = gridplot([[p]], toolbar_location=‘above’)

show(g)

      My real code uses gridplot with two linked plots. Is there

a chance I use gridplot wrong here?

Thanks in advance,

Dmitry

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On Sun, Mar 13, 2016 at 3:47 PM, Dmitry Sorokin [email protected] wrote:

Hi Sarah,

Thank you for your attention to this.

Currentry I have switched from gridplot to vplot.

With vplot each plot has it’s own toolbar which is a bit overhead as my secondary plot is very simple (quads visualizing datetime ranges).

But in this case all tool buttons work.

GridPlot is often (like in the case of undo&redo) forgotten when new Plot-related features are implemented. This is a bug. Unfortunately the current design maintains undo&redo state at plot-level, so we will need to rethink how to make this feature work across plots. GridPlot’s name suggests this being trivial, however GridPlot is really a layout, not a plot. Hopefully we maybe able figure out something for next release.

Mateusz

Regards,

Dmitry

On Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 1:52:41 AM UTC+3, Sarah Bird wrote:

Hi Dmitry,

                Hopefully

Matesuz can answer that question as he
built the Undo/Redo feature.

                                              I can't find

anything in the documentation about this. Sorry to not be more help.

                              Sincerely,



                                Sa                                      rah

Bird

  On 2/16/16 5:05 AM, Dmitry Sorokin

wrote:

Hello all,

      I would like to thank the team for the Bokeh, also all

community for the great discussions and resources to learn
from.

My first question in series is about undo/redo.

      It works for single plot (full example is in the

attachement, taken from ipython notebook cell), when
initialized like this:

TOOLS = “box_zoom,undo,redo,tap,pan,wheel_zoom,reset”

create a new plot

        p = figure(width=250, plot_height=250, title=None,

tools=TOOLS)

p.circle(x, y, size=10, color=“navy”, alpha=0.5)

show the results

show§

        The same plot with gridplot has always undo/redo buttons

disabled.

with gridplot

g = gridplot([[p]], toolbar_location=‘above’)

show(g)

      My real code uses gridplot with two linked plots. Is there

a chance I use gridplot wrong here?

Thanks in advance,

Dmitry

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