When plotting several
hv.Curves using the
bokeh backend, when clicking on a legend entry, the corresponding curve gets muted, i.e., its alpha is set to
0.5, so it becomes semi-transpared and, thus, it loses highlight when compared to the unmuted ones.
I’ve followed the tutorial in the “Working with time series” section of
holoviews’ user guide on Working with large data and applied
holoviews.operation.datashader.rasterize on a
hv.Curve, but I’m unable to get the same legend behavior as described above for regular
hv.Curves. In fact, I can’t even get
holoviews to show an entry for the rasterized curve in the legend.
I think I’ve read in some github issue (can’t find the ref now…) that this is somehow related to the fact that
rasterize returns some sort of
Image object (maybe
So, the question would be, how does one go about showing a legend entry for a rasterized curve?