I have created a Bokeh application based largely on this recipe: http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/gallery/unemployment.html
This works great but I need to to be able to distribute this application to my team, most of whom don't have python, let alone bokeh installed.
I tried building this into an executable using cx_freeze but the result may as well be my entire python distribution as its 360+ MB! That's without me looking further into some missing zip files etc which I probably need to add to my setup.py file. Note that my setup.py is very minimalist. This is basically a copy and paste job from http://cx-freeze.readthedocs.org/en/latest/distutils.html
Anyway, it's far too large. Do any of you have any suggestions as to how I can shrink this? Or perhaps, are there any alternative utilities that I can use to get a similar result without as many dependencies? A quick glance in the build directory shows dependencies like QT, scipy and numpy and tcl.
Basically I am looking to create a map of ram usage for an embedded system. My current output looks like this: Note that extra information about the addresses are accessible by hovering over the address in question. The result is also dynamically movable. Bokeh really shines here!