Examples in this repository
This directory contains many examples of different ways to use Bokeh. As Bokeh has been evolving fast, it is important that you ensure that the version of an example you're looking at matches the version of Bokeh you are running.
This directory contains examples of Bokeh Apps, which are simple and easy to create web applications for data visualization or exploration.
This directory includes examples that use the high level
interface of Bokeh. This interface can be for easily building high-level
statistical or scientific charts such as
bar charts or
This directory includes examples that show how to embed Bokeh plots and widget in HTML documents.
The examples in this directory are mini-tutorials that demonstrate and explain some particular aspect of Bokeh capability (such as linking and brushing), or walk through a particular example in additional detail.
This directory contains example using the
interface. There are three subdirectories illustrating output in three
fileexamples that output to static HTML files
notebookexamples that display inline in Jupyter notebooks
serverexamples that send output to a Bokeh server, using the python client library for the server
This directory contains examples that demonstrate the various glyphs that have support for WebGL rendering. Most of these examples have a testing purpose, e.g. to compare the appearance of the WebGL glyph with its regular appearance, or to test another aspect of WebGL (e.g. blending of transparent glyphs).
Other sources for examples
The Bokeh User's Guide has many plots with corresponding code samples throughout.
Many examples of Bokeh being used with the Jupyter notebook, including a set or tutorial notebooks, are collected in the
bokeh-notebooksrepository. These notebooks are available statically rendered on the Bokeh NBViewer page.