I would wait for 0.7, where we are going to make a few changes to the plotting.py interface. That API started out as a "stateful, implicit current plot" style interface, and experience has shown that this does not always work well, especially in the IPython notebook where you can have any order of execution of the cells. It basically not possible to reason about which plot is the "current plot" and we got lots of support issues around this. The interface is not changing drastically, but it is changing some. Basically instead of "line(...)" acting on some implicit plot, you will have "p.line(...)" acting on some explicitly specified plot "p". Currently 0.7 looks to be release late October/early November, all the examples will be updated at that time, and I would not expect that API to change any time soon after.
On Sep 26, 2014, at 9:22 AM, Tom Augspurger firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Congrats on the release. I've been playing with Bokeh the last couple weeks and it's really good.
There was some talk about expanding the ecosystem page in the pandas docs to show off brief examples for the various projects (btw I think we should rename that to **pydata** ecosystem, instead of pandas ecosystem).
Would you say the API for something like a ColumnDataSource example (like the car example) is stable enough to include in our docs? _______________________________________________ NumPy-Discussion mailing list NumPy-Discussion@scipy.org http://mail.scipy.org/mailman/listinfo/numpy-discussion