Visualizing Data with Python’s Bokeh Package and Jupyter Notebook

This tutorial is based on the YouTube Video Python Data Visualization with Bokeh. The goal here is to provide documentation for myself as I’m starting to learn Bokeh. I’m hoping it’ll be useful for you as well.

One main difference between this tutorial and the video is that I’m going to use a jupyter notebook to execute my python.

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