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"""This is the Bokeh charts interface. It gives you a high level API to build
complex plot is a simple way.

This is the Histogram class which lets you build your histograms just passing
the arguments to the Chart class and calling the proper functions.

# ToDo: handle different aggregation types other than count with Bins

# Copyright (c) 2012 - 2014, Anaconda, Inc. All rights reserved.
# Powered by the Bokeh Development Team.
# The full license is in the file LICENSE.txt, distributed with this software.

# Imports
from __future__ import absolute_import

from ...models import Range1d
from import Bool, Int, Either, Float, List

from ..builder import create_and_build
from .bar_builder import BarBuilder
from ..glyphs import HistogramGlyph

# Classes and functions

[docs]def Histogram(data, values=None, label=None, color=None, agg="count", bins=None, yscale="linear", xgrid=False, ygrid=True, continuous_range=None, **kw): """ Create a histogram chart with one or more histograms. Create a histogram chart using :class:`HistogramBuilder <>` to render the glyphs from input data and specification. This primary use case for the histogram is to depict the distribution of a variable by binning and aggregating the values in each bin. This chart implements functionality to provide convenience in optimal selection of bin count, but also for segmenting and comparing segments of the variable by a categorical variable. Args: data (:ref:`userguide_charts_data_types`): the data source for the chart. Must consist of at least 2 values. If all values are equal, the result is a single bin with arbitrary width. values (str, optional): the values to use for producing the histogram using table-like input data label (str or list(str), optional): the categorical variable to use for creating separate histograms color (str or list(str) or `~bokeh.charts._attributes.ColorAttr`, optional): the categorical variable or color attribute specification to use for coloring the histogram, or explicit color as a string. agg (str, optional): how to aggregate the bins. Defaults to "count". bins (int or list(float), optional): the number of bins to use, or an explicit list of bin edges. Defaults to None to auto select. density (bool, optional): whether to normalize the histogram. Defaults to False. **kw: In addition to the parameters specific to this chart, :ref:`userguide_charts_defaults` are also accepted as keyword parameters. Returns: :class:`Chart`: includes glyph renderers that generate the histograms Examples: .. bokeh-plot:: :source-position: above from bokeh.charts import Histogram, output_file, show from bokeh.layouts import row from bokeh.sampledata.autompg import autompg as df hist = Histogram(df, values='mpg', title="Auto MPG Histogram", plot_width=400) hist2 = Histogram(df, values='mpg', label='cyl', color='cyl', legend='top_right', title="MPG Histogram by Cylinder Count", plot_width=400) output_file('hist.html') show(row(hist, hist2)) """ if continuous_range and not isinstance(continuous_range, Range1d): raise ValueError( "continuous_range must be an instance of bokeh.models.ranges.Range1d" ) # The continuous_range is the y_range (until we implement HBar charts) y_range = continuous_range kw['label'] = label kw['values'] = values kw['color'] = color kw['agg'] = agg kw['yscale'] = yscale kw['xgrid'] = xgrid kw['ygrid'] = ygrid kw['y_range'] = y_range kw['bins'] = bins return create_and_build(HistogramBuilder, data, **kw)
[docs]class HistogramBuilder(BarBuilder): """Generates one to many histograms with unique attributes. The HistogramBuilder is responsible for producing a chart containing one to many histograms from table-like inputs. """ bins = Either(List(Float), Int, default=None, help=""" If bins is an int, it defines the number of equal-width bins in the given range. If bins is a sequence, it defines the bin edges, including the rightmost edge, allowing for non-uniform bin widths. (default: None, use Freedman-Diaconis rule) """) density = Bool(False, help=""" Whether to normalize the histogram. If True, the result is the value of the probability *density* function at the bin, normalized such that the *integral* over the range is 1. If False, the result will contain the number of samples in each bin. For more info check :class:`~bokeh.charts.glyphs.HistogramGlyph` documentation. (default: False) """) glyph = HistogramGlyph
[docs] def setup(self): super(HistogramBuilder, self).setup() # when we create multiple histograms, we set the alpha to support overlap if self.attributes['color'].columns is not None: self.fill_alpha = 0.6
[docs] def get_extra_args(self): """Build kwargs that are unique to the histogram builder.""" return dict(bins=self.bins, density=self.density)
def _apply_inferred_index(self): # ignore this for now, unless histogram later adds handling of indexed data pass
[docs] def set_ranges(self): """Push the Bar data into the ColumnDataSource and calculate the proper ranges. """ x_max = max([comp_glyph.x_max for comp_glyph in self.comp_glyphs]) x_min = min([comp_glyph.x_min for comp_glyph in self.comp_glyphs]) y_max = max([comp_glyph.y_max for comp_glyph in self.comp_glyphs]) y_min = min([comp_glyph.y_min for comp_glyph in self.comp_glyphs]) x_buffer = ((x_max + x_min)/2.0)*0.05 self.x_range = Range1d(start=x_min - x_buffer, end=x_max + x_buffer) self.y_range = Range1d(start=y_min, end=y_max * 1.1)