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Bokeh Course: Recap and Review

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Congratulations on completing the course! This video is a recap and review of the course.

To explore even more of what Bokeh is capable of, the official Bokeh User Guide is an excellent place to dig into some more advanced topics. I’d also recommend checking out Bokeh’s Gallery for tons of examples and inspiration.

I hope you enjoy creating many more interactive visualizations using Bokeh!

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ddwollan on July 16, 2019

A very good course on bokeh. I have not used it for over a year. This will become very useful for my data analysis.

Najmeh on Sept. 14, 2019

Great! Thanks!

Marco Belo on Nov. 19, 2019

Really nice library to know.

lichengzhi75 on Jan. 8, 2020

Very good tutorial, thanks

ssouthern88 on April 13, 2020

Great introduction to Bokeh and very easy to follow. Because of this it’d be really good to see you continue further to include interactivity in the form of dropdown or multiselect widgets. Itd be also good to see where linking can be done between two difference sources (a geo datasource and a column datasource) Thank you!

ananthvp on July 22, 2020

Hi Chris, Course was informative and thank you for doing a great job explaining the nitty gritties, Can you also give examples of on how to use factor_cmap and other palettes that can be leveraged?

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