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JavaScript callbacks > CustomJS callbacks


hover, javascript callback, theme, tooltip

import colorsys

import yaml

from bokeh.layouts import column, row
from bokeh.models import ColumnDataSource, CustomJS, Slider
from bokeh.plotting import curdoc, figure, show
from bokeh.themes import Theme

# for plot 2: create colour spectrum of resolution N and brightness I, return as list of decimal RGB value tuples
def generate_color_range(N, I):
    HSV_tuples = [ (x*1.0/N, 0.5, I) for x in range(N) ]
    RGB_tuples = map(lambda x: colorsys.hsv_to_rgb(*x), HSV_tuples)
    for_conversion = []
    for RGB_tuple in RGB_tuples:
        for_conversion.append((int(RGB_tuple[0]*255), int(RGB_tuple[1]*255), int(RGB_tuple[2]*255)))
    hex_colors = [ rgb_to_hex(RGB_tuple) for RGB_tuple in for_conversion ]
    return hex_colors, for_conversion

# convert RGB tuple to hexadecimal code
def rgb_to_hex(rgb):
    return '#%02x%02x%02x' % rgb

# convert hexadecimal to RGB tuple
def hex_to_dec(hex):
    red = ''.join(hex.strip('#')[0:2])
    green = ''.join(hex.strip('#')[2:4])
    blue = ''.join(hex.strip('#')[4:6])
    return (int(red, 16), int(green, 16), int(blue,16))

# plot 1: create a color block with RGB values adjusted with sliders

# initialise a white block for the first plot
hex_color = rgb_to_hex((255, 255, 255))

# initialise the text color as black. This will be switched to white if the block color gets dark enough
text_color = '#000000'

# create a data source to enable refreshing of fill & text color
source = ColumnDataSource(data=dict(color=[hex_color], text_color=[text_color]))

# create first plot, as a rect() glyph and centered text label, with fill and text color taken from source
p1 = figure(x_range=(-8, 8), y_range=(-4, 4),
            width=600, height=300,
            title='move sliders to change', tools='')

p1.rect(0, 0, width=18, height=10, fill_color='color',
        line_color = 'black', source=source)

p1.text(0, 0, text='color', text_color='text_color',
        alpha=0.6667, text_font_size='48px', text_baseline='middle',
        text_align='center', source=source)

red_slider = Slider(title="R", start=0, end=255, value=255, step=1)
green_slider = Slider(title="G", start=0, end=255, value=255, step=1)
blue_slider = Slider(title="B", start=0, end=255, value=255, step=1)

# the callback function to update the color of the block and associated label text
# NOTE: the JS functions for converting RGB to hex are taken from the excellent answer
# by Tim Down at
callback = CustomJS(args=dict(source=source, red=red_slider, blue=blue_slider, green=green_slider), code="""
    function componentToHex(c) {
        const hex = c.toString(16)
        return hex.length == 1 ? "0" + hex : hex
    function rgbToHex(r, g, b) {
        return "#" + componentToHex(r) + componentToHex(g) + componentToHex(b)
    function toInt(v) {
       return v | 0
    const color =['color']
    const text_color =['text_color']
    const R = toInt(red.value)
    const G = toInt(green.value)
    const B = toInt(blue.value)
    color[0] = rgbToHex(R, G, B)
    text_color[0] = '#ffffff'
    if ((R > 127) || (G > 127) || (B > 127)) {
        text_color[0] = '#000000'

red_slider.js_on_change('value', callback)
blue_slider.js_on_change('value', callback)
green_slider.js_on_change('value', callback)

# plot 2: create a color spectrum with a hover-over tool to inspect hex codes

brightness = 0.8 # change to have brighter/darker colors
crx = list(range(1,1001)) # the resolution is 1000 colors
cry = [ 5 for i in range(len(crx)) ]
crcolor, crRGBs = generate_color_range(1000,brightness) # produce spectrum

# make data source object to allow information to be displayed by hover tool
crsource = ColumnDataSource(data=dict(x=crx, y=cry, crcolor=crcolor, RGBs=crRGBs))

# create second plot
p2 = figure(x_range=(0,1000), y_range=(0,10),
            width=600, height=150,
            tools='hover', title='hover over color')

color_range1 = p2.rect(x='x', y='y', width=1, height=10,
                       color='crcolor', source=crsource)

# set up hover tool to show color hex code and sample swatch
p2.hover.tooltips = [
    ('color', '$color[hex, rgb, swatch]:crcolor'),
    ('RGB levels', '@RGBs')

# theme everything for a cleaner look
curdoc().theme = Theme(json=yaml.load("""
        toolbar_location: null
        grid_line_color: null
        axis_line_color: null
        major_label_text_color: null
        major_tick_line_color: null
        minor_tick_line_color: null
""", Loader=yaml.SafeLoader))

layout = row(
    column(red_slider, green_slider, blue_slider),
    column(p1, p2)