On Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 10:32:23 AM UTC-4, Edward K. Ream wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 9:29 AM Thomas Passin <tbp1...@gmail.com 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
> > This is one of those "I dunno, it works on my machine" things. I do not 
> recall installing anything besides matplotlib - i mean, I just installed HV 
> itself, and not any extension.  I'll set up a virtual environment and see 
> what happens. 
> Thanks. This is all expected growing pains.

OK, I set up a virtual environment, and installed packages in this order:


The program worked as expected.  But I see that the code I posted above was 
missing one line.  It didn't affect you, based on your error message.  Here 
is the program as it worked for me a few minutes ago:

@language python
# Following https://github.com/pyviz/holoviews/issues/1819 for how to plot 
# without using ipython/Jupyter

import holoviews as hv
import holoviews.util

#from bokeh.io import save
#from bokeh.io import show

xs = range(-10,11)
ys = [100-el**2 for el in xs]

curve = hv.Curve((xs, ys))

#renderer = hv.renderer('bokeh')
renderer = hv.renderer('matplotlib')

plot = renderer.get_plot(curve).state

hv.save(curve, 'curve.png')

@language rest
Here is the resulting graph:

.. image:: curve.png

*NOTE* that there is a package named "hv" and this is *NOT* the same as the 
one we want here, which is "holoviews".

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