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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 Line class which lets you build your Line charts just
passing the arguments to the Chart class and calling the proper functions.
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# Copyright (c) 2012 - 2014, Anaconda, Inc. All rights reserved.
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# Imports
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from __future__ import absolute_import

from six import iteritems
from itertools import chain
from ..builder import XYBuilder, create_and_build
from ..glyphs import LineGlyph, PointGlyph
from ..attributes import DashAttr, ColorAttr, MarkerAttr
from ..data_source import NumericalColumnsAssigner
from ...models.sources import ColumnDataSource
from import Bool, String, List
from ..operations import Stack, Dodge
from ..utils import add_tooltips_columns

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# Classes and functions
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[docs]def Line(data=None, x=None, y=None, **kws): """ Create a line chart using :class:`LineBuilder <>` to render the glyphs. The line chart is typically is used with column oriented data, where each column contains comparable measurements and the column names are treated as a categorical variable for differentiating the measurement values. One of the columns can be used as an index for either the x or y axis. .. note:: Only the x or y axis can display multiple variables, while the other is used as an index. Args: data (list(list), numpy.ndarray, pandas.DataFrame, list(pd.Series)): a 2d data source with columns of data for each line. x (str or list(str), optional): specifies variable(s) to use for x axis y (str or list(str), optional): specifies variable(s) to use for y axis In addition to the parameters specific to this chart, :ref:`userguide_charts_defaults` are also accepted as keyword parameters. .. note:: This chart type differs on input types as compared to other charts, due to the way that line charts typically are plotting labeled series. For example, a column for AAPL stock prices over time. Another way this could be plotted is to have a DataFrame with a column of `stock_label` and columns of `price`, which is the stacked format. Both should be supported, but the former is the expected one. Internally, the latter format is being derived. Returns: :class:`Chart`: includes glyph renderers that generate the lines Examples: .. bokeh-plot:: :source-position: above import numpy as np from bokeh.charts import Line, output_file, show # (dict, OrderedDict, lists, arrays and DataFrames are valid inputs) xyvalues = np.array([[2, 3, 7, 5, 26], [12, 33, 47, 15, 126], [22, 43, 10, 25, 26]]) line = Line(xyvalues, title="line", legend="top_left", ylabel='Languages') output_file('line.html') show(line) """ kws['x'] = x kws['y'] = y return create_and_build(LineBuilder, data, **kws)
[docs]class LineBuilder(XYBuilder): """This is the Line class and it is in charge of plotting Line charts in an easy and intuitive way. Essentially, we provide a way to ingest the data, make the proper calculations and push the references into a source object. We additionally make calculations for the ranges. And finally add the needed lines taking the references from the source. """ series_names = List(String, help="""Names that represent the items being plotted.""") stack = Bool(default=False) default_attributes = {'color': ColorAttr(), 'dash': DashAttr(), 'marker': MarkerAttr()} dimensions = ['y', 'x'] column_selector = NumericalColumnsAssigner glyph = LineGlyph @property def measures(self): if isinstance(self.y.selection, list): return self.y.selection elif isinstance(self.x.selection, list): return self.x.selection else: return None @property def measure_input(self): return isinstance(self.y.selection, list) or isinstance(self.x.selection, list) @property def stack_flags(self): # Check if we stack measurements and by which attributes # This happens if we used the same series labels for dimensions as attributes return {k: self.attr_measurement(k) for k in list( self.attributes.keys())}
[docs] def get_id_cols(self, stack_flags): # collect the other columns used as identifiers, that aren't a measurement name id_cols = [self.attributes[attr].columns for attr, stack in iteritems(stack_flags) if not stack and self.attributes[attr].columns != self.measures and self.attributes[attr].columns is not None] return list(chain.from_iterable(id_cols))
[docs] def setup(self): """Handle input options that require transforming data and/or user selections.""" # handle special case of inputs as measures if self.measure_input: stack_flags = self.stack_flags id_cols = self.get_id_cols(stack_flags) # if we have measures input, we need to stack by something, set default if all(attr is False for attr in list(stack_flags.values())): stack_flags['color'] = True # stack the measurement dimension while keeping id columns self._stack_measures(ids=id_cols) # set the attributes to key off of the name of the stacked measurement source = ColumnDataSource(self._data.df) for attr_name, stack_flag in iteritems(stack_flags): if stack_flags[attr_name]: default_attr = self.attributes[attr_name] default_attr.setup(columns='series', data=source) # Handle when to use special column names if self.x.selection is None and self.y.selection is not None: self.x.selection = 'index' elif self.x.selection is not None and self.y.selection is None: self.y.selection = 'index'
[docs] def attr_measurement(self, attr_name): """Detect if the attribute has been given measurement columns.""" cols = self.attributes[attr_name].columns return (cols is not None and (cols == self.y.selection or cols == self.x.selection))
[docs] def set_series(self, col_name): series = self._data.df[col_name].drop_duplicates().tolist() series = [str(item) for item in series] self.series_names = series
def _stack_measures(self, ids, var_name='series'): """Stack data and keep the ids columns. Args: ids (list(str)): the column names that describe the measures """ if isinstance(self.y.selection, list): dim = 'y' if self.x.selection is not None: ids.append(self.x.selection) else: dim = 'x' if self.y.selection is not None: ids.append(self.y.selection) if len(ids) == 0: ids = None dim_prop = getattr(self, dim) # transform our data by stacking the measurements into one column self._data.stack_measures(measures=dim_prop.selection, ids=ids, var_name=var_name) # update our dimension with the updated data dim_prop.set_data(self._data) self.set_series('series')
[docs] def get_builder_attr(self): attrs = return {attr: getattr(self, attr) for attr in attrs if attr in}
[docs] def yield_renderers(self): build_attr = self.get_builder_attr() # get the list of builder attributes and only pass them on if glyph supports attrs = list(self.attributes.keys()) attrs = [attr for attr in attrs if attr in] for group in self._data.groupby(**self.attributes): group_kwargs = self.get_group_kwargs(group, attrs) group_kwargs.update(build_attr) glyph = self.glyph(label=group.label, x=group.get_values(self.x.selection), y=group.get_values(self.y.selection), **group_kwargs) # dash=group['dash'] # save reference to composite glyph self.add_glyph(group, glyph) # yield each renderer produced by composite glyph for renderer in glyph.renderers: if self.tooltips: renderer = add_tooltips_columns(renderer, self.tooltips, group) yield renderer if self.stack: Stack().apply(self.comp_glyphs) Dodge().apply(self.comp_glyphs)
class PointSeriesBuilder(LineBuilder): glyph = PointGlyph