Regarding 1), in addition to scatter markers, the hover tool also works with 'rect' glyphs as well. I hope to add support for annular and wedge shapes and lines of the upcoming 0.5. If you (or anyone else) is interested in getting your hands dirty, it's just a matter of implementing the _hit_point method on the relevant bokehjs renderer.
As for 2) that might be a bug, but it also might just be that you need to re-use the datasource (the render functions take a "source" keyword argument). Check out the periodic.py example in examples/plotting/file. If that does not work, please file a GitHub issue!
On Mar 5, 2014, at 7:14 PM, [email protected] wrote:
I have been exploring using the Hover Tool on plots within IPython, it looks pretty cool.
I have run into two problems:
1) The hover only works on scatter plots
2) If you have more than one scatter plot, you can only hover over points from the last plot.
I am doing something wrong or are these current limitations?
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