plotting interface creates a
bokeh.plotting.figure.Figure object. The charts interface creates
bokeh.charts.chart.Chart objects. These two object types look pretty similar. What is the difference between them? Is one a subclass or a container of another? Can I use the
plotting interface to add glyphs to a graph created using
On Dec 5, 2016, at 3:13 AM, 'Ivan Petrov' via Bokeh Discussion - Public <[email protected]> wrote:
The `plotting` interface creates a `bokeh.plotting.figure.Figure` object. The charts interface creates `bokeh.charts.chart.Chart` objects. These two object types look pretty similar. What is the difference between them? Is one a subclass or a container of another? Can I use the `plotting` interface to add glyphs to a graph created using `charts`?
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