notebook | Jupyter Interactive Notebook | Widget library
kandi X-RAY | notebook Summary
kandi X-RAY | notebook Summary
The Jupyter notebook is a web-based notebook environment for interactive computing.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main entry point .
- Gets shared projects package
- Get option .
- Load a component .
- Create a module with a given scope
- Load a script
notebook Key Features
notebook Examples and Code Snippets
def _update_notebook(original_notebook, original_raw_lines, updated_code_lines): """Updates notebook, once migration is done.""" new_notebook = copy.deepcopy(original_notebook) # validate that the number of lines is the same assert len(orig
Trending Discussions on notebook
The classifier script I wrote is working fine and recently added weight balancing to the fitting. Since I added the weight estimate function using 'sklearn' library I get the following error :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-27 at 23:14
After spending a lot of time, this is how I fixed it. I still don't know why but when the code is modified as follows, it works fine. I got the idea after seeing this solution for a similar but slightly different issue.
I'm trying to run a SageMaker kernel with Python 3.8 in SageMaker Studio, and the notebook appears to use a separate distribution of Python 3.7. The running app is indicated as tensorflow-2.6-cpu-py38-ubuntu20.04-v1. When I run
!python3 -V I get Python 3.8.2. However, the Python instance inside the notebook is different:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 13:00
are you still facing this issue?
I am in eu-west-2 using a SageMaker Studio notebook and the TensorFlow 2.6 Python 3.8 CPU Optimized image (running app is tensorflow-2.6-cpu-py38-ubuntu20.04-v1).
When I run the below commands, I get the right outputs.
I am using Jupyter notebook (from anaconda Jupyter lab) on Windows 10 and tried to undo/redo changes in the selected cell. However, I can only undo/redo changes in the whole notebook.
For example, I edited cell#1 then cell#2. Say I want to undo changes in cell#1, so I go to cell#1 and press control+z, it will however undo the change in cell#2.
My friend using Mac doesn't have this issue. Are there any settings for this? I searched online and didn't find anyone who has the same problem. It is so weird!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-14 at 20:04
This global undo/redo is a new feature that enables Real Time Collaboration which was added in JupyterLab 3.1. It is indeed sub-optimal for many use cases.
JupyterLab 3.2 allows to disable notebook-wide history tracking (see issue 10791 nad PR 10949), but with a caveat: when moving cells you may loose the undo history, which is why the setting is marked as experimental (it requires more work to be exposed or enabled by a default). To get the selective undo/redo please add:
I know that several similar questions exist on this topic, but to my knowledge all of them concern an
async code (wrongly) written by the user, while in my case it comes from a Python package.
I have a Jupyter notebook whose first cell is...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-22 at 08:27
Seems to be a bug in
ipykernel 6.9.0 - options that worked for me:
- upgrade to
6.9.1(latest version as of 2022-02-22); e.g. via
pip install ipykernel --upgrade
- downgrade to
6.8.0(if upgrading messes with other dependencies you might have); e.g. via
pip install ipykernel==6.8.0
I'm parsing a XML string to convert it to a
JsonNode in Scala using a
XmlMapper from the Jackson library. I code on a Databricks notebook, so compilation is done on a cloud cluster. When compiling my code I got this error
java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: com.fasterxml.jackson.dataformat.xml.XmlMapper.coercionConfigDefaults()Lcom/fasterxml/jackson/databind/cfg/MutableCoercionConfig; with a hundred lines of "at com.databricks. ..."
I maybe forget to import something but for me this is ok (tell me if I'm wrong) :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-07 at 12:08
Welcome to dependency hell and breaking changes in libraries.
This usually happens, when various lib bring in different version of same lib. In this case it is Jackson.
java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: com.fasterxml.jackson.dataformat.xml.XmlMapper.coercionConfigDefaults()Lcom/fasterxml/jackson/databind/cfg/MutableCoercionConfig; means: One lib probably require Jackson version, which has this method, but on class path is version, which does not yet have this funcion or got removed bcs was deprecated or renamed.
In case like this is good to print dependency tree and check version of Jackson required in libs. And if possible use newer versions of requid libs.
Solution: use libs, which use compatible versions of Jackson lib. No other shortcut possible.
In a R Notebook there is a function that makes many plots and print summary statistics in the console. I would like to get the plot and the console output (i.e. summary statistics) side by side on the HTML output.
Here is a very simple example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-18 at 17:43
For the example setup, I would recommend splitting up the operations to easily fit them side-by-side using pandoc syntax for multiple columns. In this way, we can just call the specifics we want.
I have styled a dataframe output and have gotten it to display how I want it in a Jupyter Notebook but I am having issues find a good way to save this as an image. I have tried https://pypi.org/project/dataframe-image/ but the way I have this working it seem to be a NoneType as it's a styler object and errors out when trying to use this library.
This is just a snippet of the whole code, this is intended to loop through several 'col_names' and I want to save these as images (to explain some of the coding)....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 17:04
Was able to change how I was using dataframe-image on the styler object and got it working. Passing it into the export() function rather than calling it off the object directly seems to be the right way to do this.
The .render() did get the HTML but was often losing much of the styling when converting it to image or when not viewed with Ipython HTML display. See comparision below.
I wanted to build a website and embed the jupyter notebook functionality of being able to create cells and run python code within it into my website
For creating a website I m using Django and I would like to embed either the google collab or jupyter notebook
By the way I have researched enough and have been stuck with the StackOverflow links where there no answer about this or the one where they want to use django in jupyter notebook
Thanks in advance for any guidance or any reference that you guys can provide....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-18 at 05:57
Note:: I used "jupyter-lab" you can use "jupyter notebook"
1- The first option to redirect to "jupyter notebook"
I am using quite large notebooks in JupyterLab to run Python code. They contain many Markdown cells with text and some images. The problem I am having is that when I close the Notebook and reopen, some of these cells have collapsed and can't be expanded (show as a horizontal line). Sometimes I will get a message telling me how many cells are hidden but they can't be expanded. Others seem to have disappeared completely.
Occasionally, I can get some cells to expand if I reload the page. I thought it may have been because I had lots of Markdown header levels and those too far down the hierarchy were collapsing. However, even removing many of the header levels has not solved the problem.
Have others had this issue and has anyone been able to resolve it? Thanks!
Edit: Thank you Vinson. My Jupyter Version is Version 3.1.7, running on Google Chrome (Version 92.0.4515.159 (Official Build) (64-bit)), on Windows machine....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-03 at 13:17
This was fixed in JupyterLab 3.1.10 (this PR) released on 2021-09-01 - the issue should disappear after you upgrade and restart JupyterLab:
style argument along with a
starting block, I changed
font-family and all of that in my Jupyter notebook's individual cells. Like so-
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-29 at 23:39
I don't think this is the answer you wanted, but it works. It is scalable, too. I usually use Python with Atom, XCode, or RMarkdown in RStudio, so I am not all that familiar with the ins and outs of Jupyter's interface.
First, I noticed that I could see the text rendered as expected when I went to print preview. However, I thought that that was pretty useless. What are you going to do? Go to print preview every time you write something? What's the purpose of an interactive notebook at that point?
Okay, so what I found that worked... in no way is this an idea that is originally mine...Custom CSS
Adding a custom CSS file, but not the 'change it all' thing that the Jupyter help files suggest...
Step 1) Create a styles folder in the same directory as the ipynb file.
Step 2) Within the styles folder, create a CSS file.
Step 3) Within that CSS file, write the two tag styles and any others you desire.
Here's that code (pictures of code are annoying).
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