These were the package versions that worked before updating dask and distributed:
I am running the code through jupyter notebook as I couldn’t get dynamic visualization working in VS code.
All I did was update the versions of dask and distributed to 2021.4.1 and left the rest of the packages the same. The code runs fine until I try to run the following line:
vaviewer = VArrayViewer(varr, framerate=20, summary=["mean"])
the show() function just returns the panel object:
return pn.layout.Column(self.widgets, self.pnplot)
When I click on the play button, the panel does not dynamically display new frames it just stays stuck on the first frame:
Since I am returning the panel to be visualized I am not receiving any errors, nor am I able to debug why the image is not updating.
Any help would be very appreciated.
Thank you in advance!
Edit: I managed to get the following output from the chrome console when trying to press play:
Python failed with the following traceback:
C:\ProgramData\miniconda\envs\minian_updated\lib\site-packages\pyviz_comms\__init__.py _handle_msg L340
C:\ProgramData\miniconda\envs\minian_updated\lib\site-packages\holoviews\plotting\bokeh\callbacks.py on_msg L126
C:\ProgramData\miniconda\envs\minian_updated\lib\site-packages\holoviews\streams.py update L408
C:\ProgramData\miniconda\envs\minian_updated\lib\site-packages\holoviews\streams.py _set_stream_parameters L390
C:\ProgramData\miniconda\envs\minian_updated\lib\site-packages\param\parameterized.py set_param L1356
ValueError: '_buffers' is not a parameter of PlotSize01458