Source code for bokeh.charts.models


from __future__ import absolute_import

import pandas as pd
from six import iteritems

from bokeh.core.has_props import HasProps
from bokeh.models.renderers import GlyphRenderer
from bokeh.models.sources import ColumnDataSource
from import Any, Color, Dict, Either, Float, Instance, List, String

from .properties import Column, ColumnLabel

[docs]class CompositeGlyph(HasProps): """Represents a subset of data. A collection of hetero or homogeneous glyph renderers which represent a subset of data. The purpose of the composite glyph is to abstract away the details of constructing glyphs, based on the details of a subset of data, from the grouping operations that a generalized builders must implement. In general, the Builder operates at the full column oriented data source level, segmenting and assigning attributes from a large selection, while the composite glyphs will typically be passed an array-like structures with one or more singular attributes to apply. Another way to explain the concept is that the Builder operates as the groupby, as in pandas, while the CompositeGlyph operates as the function used in the apply. What is the responsibility of the Composite Glyph? - Produce GlyphRenderers - Apply any aggregations - Tag the GlyphRenderers with the group label - Apply transforms due to chart operations - Note: Operations require implementation of special methods """ # composite glyph inputs label = Either(String, Dict(String, Any), default='None', help='Identifies the subset of data.') values = Either(Column(Float), Column(String), help=""" Array-like values, which are used as the input to the composite glyph. Most composite glyphs add their own representation of one or more values-like columns/arrays that they receive as inputs. These are compiled together for generating `source`, `data`, and `df` by the individual composite glyphs. """) # derived from inputs source = Instance(ColumnDataSource, help="""The data source used for the contained glyph renderers. Simple glyphs part of the composite glyph might not use the column data source.""") renderers = List(Instance(GlyphRenderer)) glyphs = Dict(String, Any) # where we expect a Glyph class as Value operations = List(Any, help="""A list of chart operations that can be applied to manipulate their visual depiction.""") color = Color(default='gray', help="""A high level color. Some glyphs will implement more specific color attributes for parts or specific glyphs.""") fill_color = Color(default="gray") line_color = Color(default='black', help="""A default outline color for contained glyphs.""") fill_alpha = Float(default=0.8) line_alpha = Float(default=1.0) left_buffer = Float(default=0.0) right_buffer = Float(default=0.0) top_buffer = Float(default=0.0) bottom_buffer = Float(default=0.0)
[docs] def __init__(self, **properties): vals = properties.get('values') if String().is_valid(vals) or Float().is_valid(vals): properties['values'] = [vals] super(CompositeGlyph, self).__init__(**properties) self.setup()
[docs] def setup(self): """Build renderers and data source and set sources on renderers.""" self.renderers = [renderer for renderer in self.build_renderers()] if self.renderers is not None: self.refresh()
[docs] def refresh(self): """Update the GlyphRenderers. .. note: this method would be called after data is added. """ if self.renderers is not None: data = self.build_source() if data is not None: if isinstance(data, dict): source = ColumnDataSource(data) if not isinstance(source, ColumnDataSource) and source is not None: raise TypeError('build_source must return dict or ColumnDataSource.') else: self.source = self.add_chart_index(source) self._set_sources()
@property def data(self): if self.source is not None: return else: return {} @property def df(self): if return pd.DataFrame( else: return pd.DataFrame()
[docs] def add_chart_index(self, data): """Add identifier of the data group as a column for each row. Args: data (dict or `ColumnDataSource`): can be the type of data used internally to ColumnDataSource, or a ColumnDataSource. Returns: dict or `ColumnDataSource`: returns the same type of data provided """ if isinstance(data, ColumnDataSource): source = data data = else: source = None # add chart index to data if 'chart_index' not in data and len(list(data.keys())) > 0: n_rows = len(list(data.values())[0]) # add composite chart index as column data['chart_index'] = [self.label] * n_rows # add constant value for each column in chart index if isinstance(self.label, dict): for col, val in iteritems(self.label): data[col] = [val] * n_rows if source is not None: = data return source else: return data
[docs] def build_renderers(self): yield GlyphRenderer()
[docs] def build_source(self): data = {} if self.values is not None: data = {'values': self.values} return data
def _set_sources(self): """Store reference to source in each GlyphRenderer. .. note:: if the glyphs that are part of the composite glyph differ, you may have to override this method and handle the sources manually. """ for renderer in self.renderers: renderer.data_source = self.source def __stack__(self, glyphs): """A special method the `stack` function applies to composite glyphs.""" pass def __jitter__(self, glyphs): """A special method the `jitter` function applies to composite glyphs.""" pass def __dodge__(self, glyphs): """A special method the `dodge` function applies to composite glyphs.""" pass def __overlay__(self, glyphs): """A special method the `overlay` function applies to composite glyphs.""" pass
[docs] def apply_operations(self): pass
[docs] def glyph_properties(cls): props = {} for name, glyph in iteritems(cls.glyphs): props[name] = glyph.class_properties(withbases=True) return props
class CollisionModifier(HasProps): """Models an special type of operation that alters how glyphs interact. Used to handle the manipulation of glyphs for operations, such as stacking. The list of `CompositeGlyph`s can either be input into the `CollisionModifier` as keyword args, or added individually with the `add_glyph` method. """ comp_glyphs = List(Instance(CompositeGlyph), help="""A list of composite glyphs, to apply the modification to.""") name = String(help="""The name of the collision modifier.""") method_name = String(help="""The name of the method that will be utilized on the composite glyphs. This method must exist on all `comp_glyphs`.""") columns = Either(ColumnLabel, List(ColumnLabel), help="""Some collision modifiers might require column labels to apply the operation in relation to.""") def add_glyph(self, comp_glyph): self.comp_glyphs.append(comp_glyph) def apply(self, renderers=None): if len(self.comp_glyphs) == 0: self.comp_glyphs = renderers if len(self.comp_glyphs) > 0: # the first renderer's operation method is applied to the rest getattr(self.comp_glyphs[0], self.method_name)(self.comp_glyphs) else: raise AttributeError('%s must be applied to available renderers, none found.' % self.__class__.__name__)