tables#

Various kinds of data table (data grid) widgets.

class AvgAggregator(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: RowAggregator

Simple average across multiple rows.

JSON Prototype
{
  "field_": "", 
  "id": "p58221", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": []
}
field_ = ''#
Type:

String

Refers to the table column being aggregated

name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class BooleanFormatter(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: CellFormatter

Boolean (check mark) cell formatter.

JSON Prototype
{
  "icon": "check", 
  "id": "p58226", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": []
}
icon = 'check'#
Type:

Enum(Enumeration(check, check-circle, check-circle-o, check-square, check-square-o))

The icon visualizing the check mark.

name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class CellEditor(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: Model

Abstract base class for data table’s cell editors.

Note

This is an abstract base class used to help organize the hierarchy of Bokeh model types. It is not useful to instantiate on its own.

JSON Prototype
{
  "id": "p58231", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": []
}
name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class CellFormatter(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: Model

Abstract base class for data table’s cell formatters.

Note

This is an abstract base class used to help organize the hierarchy of Bokeh model types. It is not useful to instantiate on its own.

JSON Prototype
{
  "id": "p58235", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": []
}
name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class CheckboxEditor(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: CellEditor

Boolean value cell editor.

JSON Prototype
{
  "id": "p58239", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": []
}
name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class DataCube(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: DataTable

Specialized DataTable with collapsing groups, totals, and sub-totals.

JSON Prototype
{
  "align": "auto", 
  "aspect_ratio": null, 
  "auto_edit": false, 
  "autosize_mode": "force_fit", 
  "columns": [], 
  "context_menu": null, 
  "css_classes": [], 
  "disabled": false, 
  "editable": false, 
  "fit_columns": null, 
  "flow_mode": "block", 
  "frozen_columns": null, 
  "frozen_rows": null, 
  "grouping": [], 
  "header_row": true, 
  "height": 400, 
  "height_policy": "auto", 
  "id": "p58243", 
  "index_header": "#", 
  "index_position": 0, 
  "index_width": 40, 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "margin": 5, 
  "max_height": null, 
  "max_width": null, 
  "min_height": null, 
  "min_width": null, 
  "name": null, 
  "reorderable": true, 
  "resizable": false, 
  "row_height": 25, 
  "scroll_to_selection": true, 
  "selectable": true, 
  "sizing_mode": null, 
  "sortable": true, 
  "source": {
    "attributes": {
      "data": {
        "type": "map"
      }, 
      "selected": {
        "attributes": {
          "indices": [], 
          "line_indices": []
        }, 
        "id": "p58245", 
        "name": "Selection", 
        "type": "object"
      }, 
      "selection_policy": {
        "id": "p58246", 
        "name": "UnionRenderers", 
        "type": "object"
      }
    }, 
    "id": "p58244", 
    "name": "ColumnDataSource", 
    "type": "object"
  }, 
  "styles": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "stylesheets": [], 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": [], 
  "target": {
    "name": "unset", 
    "type": "symbol"
  }, 
  "view": {
    "attributes": {
      "filter": {
        "id": "p58248", 
        "name": "AllIndices", 
        "type": "object"
      }
    }, 
    "id": "p58247", 
    "name": "CDSView", 
    "type": "object"
  }, 
  "visible": true, 
  "width": 600, 
  "width_policy": "auto"
}
align = 'auto'#
Type:

Either(Auto, Enum(Align), Tuple(Enum(Align), Enum(Align)))

The alignment point within the parent container.

This property is useful only if this component is a child element of a layout (e.g. a grid). Self alignment can be overridden by the parent container (e.g. grid track align).

aspect_ratio = None#
Type:

Either(Null, Auto, Float)

Describes the proportional relationship between component’s width and height.

This works if any of component’s dimensions are flexible in size. If set to a number, width / height = aspect_ratio relationship will be maintained. Otherwise, if set to "auto", component’s preferred width and height will be used to determine the aspect (if not set, no aspect will be preserved).

auto_edit = False#
Type:

Bool

When enabled editing mode is enabled after a single click on a table cell.

autosize_mode = 'force_fit'#
Type:

Enum(AutosizeMode)

Describes the column autosizing mode with one of the following options:

"fit_columns"

Compute column widths based on cell contents but ensure the table fits into the available viewport. This results in no horizontal scrollbar showing up, but data can get unreadable if there is not enough space available.

"fit_viewport"

Adjust the viewport size after computing columns widths based on cell contents.

"force_fit"

Fit columns into available space dividing the table width across the columns equally (equivalent to fit_columns=True). This results in no horizontal scrollbar showing up, but data can get unreadable if there is not enough space available.

"none"

Do not automatically compute column widths.

columns = []#
Type:

List

The list of child column widgets.

context_menu = None#
Type:

Nullable(Instance(Menu))

A menu to display when user right clicks on the component.

Note

To display a native context menu, the viewer will need to right-click twice. The second click closes the Bokeh context menu and falls back back the native one.

css_classes = []#
Type:

List

A list of additional CSS classes to add to the underlying DOM element.

disabled = False#
Type:

Bool

Whether the widget will be disabled when rendered.

If True, the widget will be greyed-out and not responsive to UI events.

editable = False#
Type:

Bool

Allows to edit table’s contents. Needs cell editors to be configured on columns that are required to be editable.

fit_columns = None#
Type:

Nullable(Bool)

This is a legacy parameter. For new development, use the autosize_mode parameter.

Whether columns should be fit to the available width. This results in no horizontal scrollbar showing up, but data can get unreadable if there is not enough space available. If set to True, each column’s width is understood as maximum width.

flow_mode = 'block'#
Type:

Enum(FlowMode)

Defines whether the layout will flow in the block or inline dimension.

frozen_columns = None#
Type:

Nullable(Int)

Integer indicating the number of columns to freeze. If set the first N columns will be frozen which prevents them from scrolling out of frame.

frozen_rows = None#
Type:

Nullable(Int)

Integer indicating the number of rows to freeze. If set the first N rows will be frozen which prevents them from scrolling out of frame, if set to a negative value last N rows will be frozen.

grouping = []#
Type:

List

Describe what aggregation operations used to define sub-totals and totals

header_row = True#
Type:

Bool

Whether to show a header row with column names at the top of the table.

height = 400#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

The height of the component (in pixels).

This can be either fixed or preferred height, depending on height sizing policy.

height_policy = 'auto'#
Type:

Either(Auto, Enum(SizingPolicy))

Describes how the component should maintain its height.

"auto"

Use component’s preferred sizing policy.

"fixed"

Use exactly height pixels. Component will overflow if it can’t fit in the available vertical space.

"fit"

Use component’s preferred height (if set) and allow to fit into the available vertical space within the minimum and maximum height bounds (if set). Component’s height neither will be aggressively minimized nor maximized.

"min"

Use as little vertical space as possible, not less than the minimum height (if set). The starting point is the preferred height (if set). The height of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

"max"

Use as much vertical space as possible, not more than the maximum height (if set). The starting point is the preferred height (if set). The height of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

Note

This is an experimental feature and may change in future. Use it at your own discretion. Prefer using sizing_mode if this level of control isn’t strictly necessary.

index_header = '#'#
Type:

String

The column header to display for the index column, if it is present.

index_position = 0#
Type:

Nullable(Int)

Where among the list of columns to insert a column displaying the row index. Negative indices are supported, and specify an index position from the end of the list of columns (i.e. standard Python behaviour).

To prevent the index column from being added, set to None.

If the absolute value of index_position is larger than the length of the columns, then the index will appear at the beginning or end, depending on the sign.

index_width = 40#
Type:

Int

The width of the index column, if present.

margin = 5#
Type:

Nullable(Either(Int, Tuple(Int, Int), Tuple(Int, Int, Int, Int)))

Allows to create additional space around the component. The values in the tuple are ordered as follows - Margin-Top, Margin-Right, Margin-Bottom and Margin-Left, similar to CSS standards. Negative margin values may be used to shrink the space from any direction.

max_height = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Maximal height of the component (in pixels) if height is adjustable.

max_width = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Maximal width of the component (in pixels) if width is adjustable.

min_height = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Minimal height of the component (in pixels) if height is adjustable.

min_width = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Minimal width of the component (in pixels) if width is adjustable.

name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

reorderable = True#
Type:

Bool

Allows the reordering of a table’s columns. To reorder a column, click and drag a table’s header to the desired location in the table. The columns on either side will remain in their previous order.

resizable = False#
Type:

Either(Bool, Enum(Dimensions))

Whether the layout is interactively resizable, and if so in which dimensions.

row_height = 25#
Type:

Int

The height of each row in pixels.

scroll_to_selection = True#
Type:

Bool

Whenever a selection is made on the data source, scroll the selected rows into the table’s viewport if none of the selected rows are already in the viewport.

selectable = True#
Type:

Either(Bool, Enum(Enumeration(checkbox)))

Whether a table’s rows can be selected or not. Using checkbox is equivalent to True, but makes selection visible through a checkbox for each row, instead of highlighting rows. Multiple selection is allowed and can be achieved by either clicking multiple checkboxes (if enabled) or using Shift + click on rows.

sizing_mode = None#
Type:

Nullable(Enum(SizingMode))

How the component should size itself.

This is a high-level setting for maintaining width and height of the component. To gain more fine grained control over sizing, use width_policy, height_policy and aspect_ratio instead (those take precedence over sizing_mode).

Possible scenarios:

"inherit"

The sizing mode is inherited from the parent layout. If there is no parent layout (or parent is not a layout), then this value is treated as if no value for sizing_mode was provided.

"fixed"

Component is not responsive. It will retain its original width and height regardless of any subsequent browser window resize events.

"stretch_width"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available width, without maintaining any aspect ratio. The height of the component depends on the type of the component and may be fixed or fit to component’s contents.

"stretch_height"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available height, without maintaining any aspect ratio. The width of the component depends on the type of the component and may be fixed or fit to component’s contents.

"stretch_both"

Component is completely responsive, independently in width and height, and will occupy all the available horizontal and vertical space, even if this changes the aspect ratio of the component.

"scale_width"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available width, while maintaining the original or provided aspect ratio.

"scale_height"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available height, while maintaining the original or provided aspect ratio.

"scale_both"

Component will responsively resize to both the available width and height, while maintaining the original or provided aspect ratio.

sortable = True#
Type:

Bool

Allows to sort table’s contents. By default natural order is preserved. To sort a column, click on it’s header. Clicking one more time changes sort direction. Use Ctrl + click to return to natural order. Use Shift + click to sort multiple columns simultaneously.

source = ColumnDataSource(id='p58453', ...)#
Type:

Instance(DataSource)

The source of data for the widget.

styles = {}#
Type:

Either(Dict(String, Nullable(String)), Instance(Styles))

Inline CSS styles applied to the underlying DOM element.

stylesheets = []#
Type:

List

Additional style-sheets to use for the underlying DOM element.

Note that all bokeh’s components use shadow DOM, thus any included style sheets must reflect that, e.g. use :host CSS pseudo selector to access the root DOM element.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

target = Undefined#
Type:

Instance(DataSource)

Two column datasource (row_indices & labels) describing which rows of the data cubes are expanded or collapsed

view = CDSView(id='p58492', ...)#
Type:

Instance(CDSView)

A view into the data source to use when rendering table rows. A default view of the entire data source is created if a view is not passed in during initialization.

visible = True#
Type:

Bool

Whether the component should be displayed on screen.

width = 600#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

The width of the component (in pixels).

This can be either fixed or preferred width, depending on width sizing policy.

width_policy = 'auto'#
Type:

Either(Auto, Enum(SizingPolicy))

Describes how the component should maintain its width.

"auto"

Use component’s preferred sizing policy.

"fixed"

Use exactly width pixels. Component will overflow if it can’t fit in the available horizontal space.

"fit"

Use component’s preferred width (if set) and allow it to fit into the available horizontal space within the minimum and maximum width bounds (if set). Component’s width neither will be aggressively minimized nor maximized.

"min"

Use as little horizontal space as possible, not less than the minimum width (if set). The starting point is the preferred width (if set). The width of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

"max"

Use as much horizontal space as possible, not more than the maximum width (if set). The starting point is the preferred width (if set). The width of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

Note

This is an experimental feature and may change in future. Use it at your own discretion. Prefer using sizing_mode if this level of control isn’t strictly necessary.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class DataTable(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: TableWidget

Two-dimensional grid for visualization and editing large amounts of data.

JSON Prototype
{
  "align": "auto", 
  "aspect_ratio": null, 
  "auto_edit": false, 
  "autosize_mode": "force_fit", 
  "columns": [], 
  "context_menu": null, 
  "css_classes": [], 
  "disabled": false, 
  "editable": false, 
  "fit_columns": null, 
  "flow_mode": "block", 
  "frozen_columns": null, 
  "frozen_rows": null, 
  "header_row": true, 
  "height": 400, 
  "height_policy": "auto", 
  "id": "p58512", 
  "index_header": "#", 
  "index_position": 0, 
  "index_width": 40, 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "margin": 5, 
  "max_height": null, 
  "max_width": null, 
  "min_height": null, 
  "min_width": null, 
  "name": null, 
  "reorderable": true, 
  "resizable": false, 
  "row_height": 25, 
  "scroll_to_selection": true, 
  "selectable": true, 
  "sizing_mode": null, 
  "sortable": true, 
  "source": {
    "attributes": {
      "data": {
        "type": "map"
      }, 
      "selected": {
        "attributes": {
          "indices": [], 
          "line_indices": []
        }, 
        "id": "p58514", 
        "name": "Selection", 
        "type": "object"
      }, 
      "selection_policy": {
        "id": "p58515", 
        "name": "UnionRenderers", 
        "type": "object"
      }
    }, 
    "id": "p58513", 
    "name": "ColumnDataSource", 
    "type": "object"
  }, 
  "styles": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "stylesheets": [], 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": [], 
  "view": {
    "attributes": {
      "filter": {
        "id": "p58517", 
        "name": "AllIndices", 
        "type": "object"
      }
    }, 
    "id": "p58516", 
    "name": "CDSView", 
    "type": "object"
  }, 
  "visible": true, 
  "width": 600, 
  "width_policy": "auto"
}
align = 'auto'#
Type:

Either(Auto, Enum(Align), Tuple(Enum(Align), Enum(Align)))

The alignment point within the parent container.

This property is useful only if this component is a child element of a layout (e.g. a grid). Self alignment can be overridden by the parent container (e.g. grid track align).

aspect_ratio = None#
Type:

Either(Null, Auto, Float)

Describes the proportional relationship between component’s width and height.

This works if any of component’s dimensions are flexible in size. If set to a number, width / height = aspect_ratio relationship will be maintained. Otherwise, if set to "auto", component’s preferred width and height will be used to determine the aspect (if not set, no aspect will be preserved).

auto_edit = False#
Type:

Bool

When enabled editing mode is enabled after a single click on a table cell.

autosize_mode = 'force_fit'#
Type:

Enum(AutosizeMode)

Describes the column autosizing mode with one of the following options:

"fit_columns"

Compute column widths based on cell contents but ensure the table fits into the available viewport. This results in no horizontal scrollbar showing up, but data can get unreadable if there is not enough space available.

"fit_viewport"

Adjust the viewport size after computing columns widths based on cell contents.

"force_fit"

Fit columns into available space dividing the table width across the columns equally (equivalent to fit_columns=True). This results in no horizontal scrollbar showing up, but data can get unreadable if there is not enough space available.

"none"

Do not automatically compute column widths.

columns = []#
Type:

List

The list of child column widgets.

context_menu = None#
Type:

Nullable(Instance(Menu))

A menu to display when user right clicks on the component.

Note

To display a native context menu, the viewer will need to right-click twice. The second click closes the Bokeh context menu and falls back back the native one.

css_classes = []#
Type:

List

A list of additional CSS classes to add to the underlying DOM element.

disabled = False#
Type:

Bool

Whether the widget will be disabled when rendered.

If True, the widget will be greyed-out and not responsive to UI events.

editable = False#
Type:

Bool

Allows to edit table’s contents. Needs cell editors to be configured on columns that are required to be editable.

fit_columns = None#
Type:

Nullable(Bool)

This is a legacy parameter. For new development, use the autosize_mode parameter.

Whether columns should be fit to the available width. This results in no horizontal scrollbar showing up, but data can get unreadable if there is not enough space available. If set to True, each column’s width is understood as maximum width.

flow_mode = 'block'#
Type:

Enum(FlowMode)

Defines whether the layout will flow in the block or inline dimension.

frozen_columns = None#
Type:

Nullable(Int)

Integer indicating the number of columns to freeze. If set the first N columns will be frozen which prevents them from scrolling out of frame.

frozen_rows = None#
Type:

Nullable(Int)

Integer indicating the number of rows to freeze. If set the first N rows will be frozen which prevents them from scrolling out of frame, if set to a negative value last N rows will be frozen.

header_row = True#
Type:

Bool

Whether to show a header row with column names at the top of the table.

height = 400#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

The height of the component (in pixels).

This can be either fixed or preferred height, depending on height sizing policy.

height_policy = 'auto'#
Type:

Either(Auto, Enum(SizingPolicy))

Describes how the component should maintain its height.

"auto"

Use component’s preferred sizing policy.

"fixed"

Use exactly height pixels. Component will overflow if it can’t fit in the available vertical space.

"fit"

Use component’s preferred height (if set) and allow to fit into the available vertical space within the minimum and maximum height bounds (if set). Component’s height neither will be aggressively minimized nor maximized.

"min"

Use as little vertical space as possible, not less than the minimum height (if set). The starting point is the preferred height (if set). The height of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

"max"

Use as much vertical space as possible, not more than the maximum height (if set). The starting point is the preferred height (if set). The height of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

Note

This is an experimental feature and may change in future. Use it at your own discretion. Prefer using sizing_mode if this level of control isn’t strictly necessary.

index_header = '#'#
Type:

String

The column header to display for the index column, if it is present.

index_position = 0#
Type:

Nullable(Int)

Where among the list of columns to insert a column displaying the row index. Negative indices are supported, and specify an index position from the end of the list of columns (i.e. standard Python behaviour).

To prevent the index column from being added, set to None.

If the absolute value of index_position is larger than the length of the columns, then the index will appear at the beginning or end, depending on the sign.

index_width = 40#
Type:

Int

The width of the index column, if present.

margin = 5#
Type:

Nullable(Either(Int, Tuple(Int, Int), Tuple(Int, Int, Int, Int)))

Allows to create additional space around the component. The values in the tuple are ordered as follows - Margin-Top, Margin-Right, Margin-Bottom and Margin-Left, similar to CSS standards. Negative margin values may be used to shrink the space from any direction.

max_height = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Maximal height of the component (in pixels) if height is adjustable.

max_width = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Maximal width of the component (in pixels) if width is adjustable.

min_height = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Minimal height of the component (in pixels) if height is adjustable.

min_width = None#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

Minimal width of the component (in pixels) if width is adjustable.

name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

reorderable = True#
Type:

Bool

Allows the reordering of a table’s columns. To reorder a column, click and drag a table’s header to the desired location in the table. The columns on either side will remain in their previous order.

resizable = False#
Type:

Either(Bool, Enum(Dimensions))

Whether the layout is interactively resizable, and if so in which dimensions.

row_height = 25#
Type:

Int

The height of each row in pixels.

scroll_to_selection = True#
Type:

Bool

Whenever a selection is made on the data source, scroll the selected rows into the table’s viewport if none of the selected rows are already in the viewport.

selectable = True#
Type:

Either(Bool, Enum(Enumeration(checkbox)))

Whether a table’s rows can be selected or not. Using checkbox is equivalent to True, but makes selection visible through a checkbox for each row, instead of highlighting rows. Multiple selection is allowed and can be achieved by either clicking multiple checkboxes (if enabled) or using Shift + click on rows.

sizing_mode = None#
Type:

Nullable(Enum(SizingMode))

How the component should size itself.

This is a high-level setting for maintaining width and height of the component. To gain more fine grained control over sizing, use width_policy, height_policy and aspect_ratio instead (those take precedence over sizing_mode).

Possible scenarios:

"inherit"

The sizing mode is inherited from the parent layout. If there is no parent layout (or parent is not a layout), then this value is treated as if no value for sizing_mode was provided.

"fixed"

Component is not responsive. It will retain its original width and height regardless of any subsequent browser window resize events.

"stretch_width"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available width, without maintaining any aspect ratio. The height of the component depends on the type of the component and may be fixed or fit to component’s contents.

"stretch_height"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available height, without maintaining any aspect ratio. The width of the component depends on the type of the component and may be fixed or fit to component’s contents.

"stretch_both"

Component is completely responsive, independently in width and height, and will occupy all the available horizontal and vertical space, even if this changes the aspect ratio of the component.

"scale_width"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available width, while maintaining the original or provided aspect ratio.

"scale_height"

Component will responsively resize to stretch to the available height, while maintaining the original or provided aspect ratio.

"scale_both"

Component will responsively resize to both the available width and height, while maintaining the original or provided aspect ratio.

sortable = True#
Type:

Bool

Allows to sort table’s contents. By default natural order is preserved. To sort a column, click on it’s header. Clicking one more time changes sort direction. Use Ctrl + click to return to natural order. Use Shift + click to sort multiple columns simultaneously.

source = ColumnDataSource(id='p58716', ...)#
Type:

Instance(DataSource)

The source of data for the widget.

styles = {}#
Type:

Either(Dict(String, Nullable(String)), Instance(Styles))

Inline CSS styles applied to the underlying DOM element.

stylesheets = []#
Type:

List

Additional style-sheets to use for the underlying DOM element.

Note that all bokeh’s components use shadow DOM, thus any included style sheets must reflect that, e.g. use :host CSS pseudo selector to access the root DOM element.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

view = CDSView(id='p58749', ...)#
Type:

Instance(CDSView)

A view into the data source to use when rendering table rows. A default view of the entire data source is created if a view is not passed in during initialization.

visible = True#
Type:

Bool

Whether the component should be displayed on screen.

width = 600#
Type:

Nullable(NonNegative)

The width of the component (in pixels).

This can be either fixed or preferred width, depending on width sizing policy.

width_policy = 'auto'#
Type:

Either(Auto, Enum(SizingPolicy))

Describes how the component should maintain its width.

"auto"

Use component’s preferred sizing policy.

"fixed"

Use exactly width pixels. Component will overflow if it can’t fit in the available horizontal space.

"fit"

Use component’s preferred width (if set) and allow it to fit into the available horizontal space within the minimum and maximum width bounds (if set). Component’s width neither will be aggressively minimized nor maximized.

"min"

Use as little horizontal space as possible, not less than the minimum width (if set). The starting point is the preferred width (if set). The width of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

"max"

Use as much horizontal space as possible, not more than the maximum width (if set). The starting point is the preferred width (if set). The width of the component may shrink or grow depending on the parent layout, aspect management and other factors.

Note

This is an experimental feature and may change in future. Use it at your own discretion. Prefer using sizing_mode if this level of control isn’t strictly necessary.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class DateEditor(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: CellEditor

Calendar-based date cell editor.

JSON Prototype
{
  "id": "p58769", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": []
}
name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class DateFormatter(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: StringFormatter

Date cell formatter.

JSON Prototype
{
  "font_style": "normal", 
  "format": "ISO-8601", 
  "id": "p58773", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "nan_format": "-", 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": [], 
  "text_align": "left", 
  "text_color": null
}
font_style = 'normal'#
Type:

Enum(FontStyle)

An optional text font style, e.g. bold, italic.

format = 'ISO-8601'#
Type:

Either(Enum(DateFormat), String)

The date format can be any standard strftime format string, as well as any of the following predefined format names:

Format name(s)

Format string

Example Output

ATOM / W3C / RFC-3339 / ISO-8601

"%Y-%m-%d"

2014-03-01

COOKIE

"%a, %d %b %Y"

Sat, 01 Mar 2014

RFC-850

"%A, %d-%b-%y"

Saturday, 01-Mar-14

RFC-1123 / RFC-2822

"%a, %e %b %Y"

Sat, 1 Mar 2014

RSS / RFC-822 / RFC-1036

"%a, %e %b %y"

Sat, 1 Mar 14

TIMESTAMP

(ms since epoch)

1393632000000

Note that in the table some of the format names are synonymous, with identical format names separated by slashes.

This list of supported strftime format codes is reproduced below.

%a

The abbreviated name of the day of the week according to the current locale.

%A

The full name of the day of the week according to the current locale.

%b

The abbreviated month name according to the current locale.

%B

The full month name according to the current locale.

%c

The preferred date and time representation for the current locale.

%C

The century number (year/100) as a 2-digit integer.

%d

The day of the month as a decimal number (range 01 to 31).

%D

Equivalent to %m/%d/%y. (Americans should note that in many other countries %d/%m/%y is rather common. This means that in international context this format is ambiguous and should not be used.)

%e

Like %d, the day of the month as a decimal number, but a leading zero is replaced by a space.

%f

Microsecond as a decimal number, zero-padded on the left (range 000000-999999). This is an extension to the set of directives available to timezone.

%F

Equivalent to %Y-%m-%d (the ISO 8601 date format).

%G

The ISO 8601 week-based year with century as a decimal number. The 4-digit year corresponding to the ISO week number (see %V). This has the same format and value as %Y, except that if the ISO week number belongs to the previous or next year, that year is used instead.

%g

Like %G, but without century, that is, with a 2-digit year (00-99).

%h

Equivalent to %b.

%H

The hour as a decimal number using a 24-hour clock (range 00 to 23).

%I

The hour as a decimal number using a 12-hour clock (range 01 to 12).

%j

The day of the year as a decimal number (range 001 to 366).

%k

The hour (24-hour clock) as a decimal number (range 0 to 23). Single digits are preceded by a blank. (See also %H.)

%l

The hour (12-hour clock) as a decimal number (range 1 to 12). Single digits are preceded by a blank. (See also %I.) (TZ)

%m

The month as a decimal number (range 01 to 12).

%M

The minute as a decimal number (range 00 to 59).

%n

A newline character. Bokeh text does not currently support newline characters.

%N

Nanosecond as a decimal number, zero-padded on the left (range 000000000-999999999). Supports a padding width specifier, i.e. %3N displays 3 leftmost digits. However, this is only accurate to the millisecond level of precision due to limitations of timezone.

%p

Either “AM” or “PM” according to the given time value, or the corresponding strings for the current locale. Noon is treated as “PM” and midnight as “AM”.

%P

Like %p but in lowercase: “am” or “pm” or a corresponding string for the current locale.

%r

The time in a.m. or p.m. notation. In the POSIX locale this is equivalent to %I:%M:%S %p.

%R

The time in 24-hour notation (%H:%M). For a version including the seconds, see %T below.

%s

The number of seconds since the Epoch, 1970-01-01 00:00:00 +0000 (UTC).

%S

The second as a decimal number (range 00 to 60). (The range is up to 60 to allow for occasional leap seconds.)

%t

A tab character. Bokeh text does not currently support tab characters.

%T

The time in 24-hour notation (%H:%M:%S).

%u

The day of the week as a decimal, range 1 to 7, Monday being 1. See also %w.

%U

The week number of the current year as a decimal number, range 00 to 53, starting with the first Sunday as the first day of week 01. See also %V and %W.

%V

The ISO 8601 week number (see NOTES) of the current year as a decimal number, range 01 to 53, where week 1 is the first week that has at least 4 days in the new year. See also %U and %W.

%w

The day of the week as a decimal, range 0 to 6, Sunday being 0. See also %u.

%W

The week number of the current year as a decimal number, range 00 to 53, starting with the first Monday as the first day of week 01.

%x

The preferred date representation for the current locale without the time.

%X

The preferred time representation for the current locale without the date.

%y

The year as a decimal number without a century (range 00 to 99).

%Y

The year as a decimal number including the century.

%z

The +hhmm or -hhmm numeric timezone (that is, the hour and minute offset from UTC).

%Z

The timezone name or abbreviation.

%%

A literal ‘%’ character.

Warning

The client library BokehJS uses the timezone library to format datetimes. The inclusion of the list below is based on the claim that timezone makes to support “the full compliment of GNU date format specifiers.” However, this claim has not been tested exhaustively against this list. If you find formats that do not function as expected, please submit a github issue, so that the documentation can be updated appropriately.

name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

nan_format = '-'#
Type:

String

Formatting to apply to NaN and None values.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

text_align = 'left'#
Type:

Enum(TextAlign)

An optional text align, i.e. left, center or right.

text_color = None#
Type:

Nullable(Color)

An optional text color.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class GroupingInfo(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: Model

Describes how to calculate totals and sub-totals

JSON Prototype
{
  "aggregators": [], 
  "collapsed": false, 
  "getter": "", 
  "id": "p58782", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": []
}
aggregators = []#
Type:

List

Describes how to aggregate the columns which will populate this sub-total.

collapsed = False#
Type:

Bool

Whether the corresponding sub-total is expanded or collapsed by default.

getter = ''#
Type:

String

References the column which generates the unique keys of this sub-total (groupby).

name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None = None, setter: Setter | None = None) None#
unapply_theme() None#

Remove any themed values and restore defaults.

Returns:

None

update(**kwargs: Any) None#

Updates the object’s properties from the given keyword arguments.

Returns:

None

Examples

The following are equivalent:

from bokeh.models import Range1d

r = Range1d

# set properties individually:
r.start = 10
r.end = 20

# update properties together:
r.update(start=10, end=20)
property document: Document | None#

The Document this model is attached to (can be None)

class HTMLTemplateFormatter(*args: Any, id: ID | None = None, **kwargs: Any)[source]#

Bases: CellFormatter

HTML formatter using a template. This uses Underscore’s template method and syntax. http://underscorejs.org/#template The formatter has access other items in the row via the dataContext object passed to the formatter. So, for example, if another column in the datasource was named url, the template could access it as:

<a href="<%= url %>"><%= value %></a>

To use a different set of template delimiters, pass the appropriate values for evaluate, interpolate, or escape. See the Underscore template documentation for more information. http://underscorejs.org/#template

Example: Simple HTML template to format the column value as code.

HTMLTemplateFormatter(template='<code><%= value %></code>')

Example: Use values from other columns (manufacturer and model) to build a hyperlink.

HTMLTemplateFormatter(template=
    '<a href="https:/www.google.com/search?q=<%= manufacturer %>+<%= model %>" target="_blank"><%= value %></a>'
)
JSON Prototype
{
  "id": "p58789", 
  "js_event_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "js_property_callbacks": {
    "type": "map"
  }, 
  "name": null, 
  "subscribed_events": {
    "type": "set"
  }, 
  "syncable": true, 
  "tags": [], 
  "template": "<%= value %>"
}
name = None#
Type:

Nullable(String)

An arbitrary, user-supplied name for this model.

This name can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models.

>>> plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6], name="temp")
>>> plot.select(name="temp")
[GlyphRenderer(id='399d53f5-73e9-44d9-9527-544b761c7705', ...)]

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any names that are provided, nor is the name used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

syncable = True#
Type:

Bool

Indicates whether this model should be synchronized back to a Bokeh server when updated in a web browser. Setting to False may be useful to reduce network traffic when dealing with frequently updated objects whose updated values we don’t need.

Note

Setting this property to False will prevent any on_change() callbacks on this object from triggering. However, any JS-side callbacks will still work.

tags = []#
Type:

List

An optional list of arbitrary, user-supplied values to attach to this model.

This data can be useful when querying the document to retrieve specific Bokeh models:

>>> r = plot.circle([1,2,3], [4,5,6])
>>> r.tags = ["foo", 10]
>>> plot.select(tags=['foo', 10])
[GlyphRenderer(id='1de4c3df-a83d-480a-899b-fb263d3d5dd9', ...)]

Or simply a convenient way to attach any necessary metadata to a model that can be accessed by CustomJS callbacks, etc.

Note

No uniqueness guarantees or other conditions are enforced on any tags that are provided, nor are the tags used directly by Bokeh for any reason.

template = '<%= value %>'#
Type:

String

Template string to be used by Underscore’s template method.

apply_theme(property_values: dict[str, Any]) None#

Apply a set of theme values which will be used rather than defaults, but will not override application-set values.

The passed-in dictionary may be kept around as-is and shared with other instances to save memory (so neither the caller nor the HasProps instance should modify it).

Parameters:

property_values (dict) – theme values to use in place of defaults

Returns:

None

clone() HasProps#

Duplicate a HasProps object.

This creates a shallow clone of the original model, i.e. any mutable containers or child models will not be duplicated.

classmethod dataspecs() dict[str, DataSpec]#

Collect the names of all DataSpec properties on this class.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of DataSpec properties

Return type:

set[str]

classmethod descriptors() list[bokeh.core.property.descriptors.PropertyDescriptor[Any]]#

List of property descriptors in the order of definition.

destroy() None#

Clean up references to the document and property

equals(other: HasProps) bool#

Structural equality of models.

Parameters:

other (HasProps) – the other instance to compare to

Returns:

True, if properties are structurally equal, otherwise False

Link two Bokeh model properties using JavaScript.

This is a convenience method that simplifies adding a CustomJS callback to update one Bokeh model property whenever another changes value.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – The name of a Bokeh property on this model

  • other (Model) – A Bokeh model to link to self.attr

  • other_attr (str) – The property on other to link together

  • attr_selector (Union[int, str]) – The index to link an item in a subscriptable attr

Added in version 1.1

Raises:

ValueError

Examples

This code with js_link:

select.js_link('value', plot, 'sizing_mode')

is equivalent to the following:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
select.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot),
             code="other.sizing_mode = this.value"
    )
)

Additionally, to use attr_selector to attach the left side of a range slider to a plot’s x_range:

range_slider.js_link('value', plot.x_range, 'start', attr_selector=0)

which is equivalent to:

from bokeh.models import CustomJS
range_slider.js_on_change('value',
    CustomJS(args=dict(other=plot.x_range),
             code="other.start = this.value[0]"
    )
)
js_on_change(event: str, *callbacks: JSChangeCallback) None#

Attach a CustomJS callback to an arbitrary BokehJS model event.

On the BokehJS side, change events for model properties have the form "change:property_name". As a convenience, if the event name passed to this method is also the name of a property on the model, then it will be prefixed with "change:" automatically:

# these two are equivalent
source.js_on_change('data', callback)
source.js_on_change('change:data', callback)

However, there are other kinds of events that can be useful to respond to, in addition to property change events. For example to run a callback whenever data is streamed to a ColumnDataSource, use the "stream" event on the source:

source.js_on_change('streaming', callback)
classmethod lookup(name: str, *, raises: bool = True) PropertyDescriptor[Any] | None#

Find the PropertyDescriptor for a Bokeh property on a class, given the property name.

Parameters:
  • name (str) – name of the property to search for

  • raises (bool) – whether to raise or return None if missing

Returns:

descriptor for property named name

Return type:

PropertyDescriptor

on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: PropertyCallback) None#

Add a callback on this object to trigger when attr changes.

Parameters:
  • attr (str) – an attribute name on this object

  • *callbacks (callable) – callback functions to register

Returns:

None

Examples

widget.on_change('value', callback1, callback2, ..., callback_n)
on_event(event: str | type[Event], *callbacks: EventCallback) None#

Run callbacks when the specified event occurs on this Model

Not all Events are supported for all Models. See specific Events in bokeh.events for more information on which Models are able to trigger them.

classmethod parameters() list[inspect.Parameter]#

Generate Python Parameter values suitable for functions that are derived from the glyph.

Returns:

list(Parameter)

classmethod properties(*, _with_props: bool = False) set[str] | dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of properties on this class.

Warning

In a future version of Bokeh, this method will return a dictionary mapping property names to property objects. To future-proof this current usage of this method, wrap the return value in list.

Returns:

property names

classmethod properties_with_refs() dict[str, Property[Any]]#

Collect the names of all properties on this class that also have references.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Returns:

names of properties that have references

Return type:

set[str]

properties_with_values(*, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Collect a dict mapping property names to their values.

This method always traverses the class hierarchy and includes properties defined on any parent classes.

Non-serializable properties are skipped and property values are in “serialized” format which may be slightly different from the values you would normally read from the properties; the intent of this method is to return the information needed to losslessly reconstitute the object instance.

Parameters:

include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that haven’t been explicitly set since the object was created. (default: True)

Returns:

mapping from property names to their values

Return type:

dict

query_properties_with_values(query: Callable[[PropertyDescriptor[Any]], bool], *, include_defaults: bool = True, include_undefined: bool = False) dict[str, Any]#

Query the properties values of HasProps instances with a predicate.

Parameters:
  • query (callable) – A callable that accepts property descriptors and returns True or False

  • include_defaults (bool, optional) – Whether to include properties that have not been explicitly set by a user (default: True)

Returns:

mapping of property names and values for matching properties

Return type:

dict

references() set[bokeh.model.model.Model]#

Returns all Models that this object has references to.

remove_on_change(attr: str, *callbacks: Callable[[str, Any, Any], None]) None#

Remove a callback from this object

select(selector: SelectorType) Iterable[Model]#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector.

Parameters:

selector (JSON-like) –

Returns:

seq[Model]

select_one(selector: SelectorType) Model | None#

Query this object and all of its references for objects that match the given selector. Raises an error if more than one object is found. Returns single matching object, or None if nothing is found :param selector: :type selector: JSON-like

Returns:

Model

set_from_json(name: str, value: Any, *, setter: Setter | None = None) None#

Set a property value on this object from JSON.

Parameters:
  • name – (str) : name of the attribute to set

  • json – (JSON-value) : value to set to the attribute to

  • models (dict or None, optional) –

    Mapping of model ids to models (default: None)

    This is needed in cases where the attributes to update also have values that have references.

  • setter (ClientSession or ServerSession or None, optional) –

    This is used to prevent “boomerang” updates to Bokeh apps.

    In the context of a Bokeh server application, incoming updates to properties will be annotated with the session that is doing the updating. This value is propagated through any subsequent change notifications that the update triggers. The session can compare the event setter to itself, and suppress any updates that originate from itself.

Returns:

None

set_select(selector: type[Model] | SelectorType, updates: dict[str, Any]) None#

Update objects that match a given selector with the specified attribute/value updates.

Parameters:
  • selector (JSON-like) –

  • updates (dict) –

Returns:

None

themed_values() dict[str, Any] | None#

Get any theme-provided overrides.

Results are returned as a dict from property name to value, or None if no theme overrides any values for this instance.

Returns:

dict or None

to_serializable(serializer: Serializer) ObjectRefRep#

Converts this object to a serializable representation.

trigger(attr: str, old: Any, new: Any, hint: DocumentPatchedEvent | None</