When I run: I got /var/folders/6g/6gqq4lhx4jbcl4_tbrsxj3xr0000gq/T/ipykernel_5625/333572366.py:1: DeprecationWarning: Importing display from IPython.core.display is deprecated since IPython 7.14, please import from IPython display from IPython.core.display import display, HTML Answer replace with source here
The following code display the image and audio in the top-bottom style: Here is the test code: Is it possible for changing the “top-bottom” style to “left-right” style for displaying the audio at the right side of the plt figure? Answer You can use a GridspecLayout which is similar to matplotlib’s GridSpec. In order to direct to output into the
I have result but in book Fluent Python (2019), I see maxlen, like this Is the different cause by version different? Answer This seems to be caused by IPython. If you do print(dq) or print(repr(dq)), you get your expected output, and same in a normal REPL. Update: I’ve submitted a PR to IPython to fix the problem.
Today I by mistake inputted just a comma on an interactive session Input: and I noticed strangely that it did not return an error but instead: Output So I explored a bit this behaviour and tried some random stuff, and it seems like it creates tuples of strings, but it seems like these objects cannot be interacted with: returns: Trying
I use the IPython shell fairly often and have just started to notice it giving me strange autocomplete suggestions without any prompting from me. In this example, I just typed “im” and it suggests importing matplotlib? This is very strange for several reasons: I’ve never seen this kind of grayed out code suggestion before that appears just as I type
I have a question similar to this one from 2012 IPython – cycle through blocks in input history? – but whose answers are likewise over eight years old. That is: how to cycle through ipython history items without say hitting up-arrow key once per every line in a 30 line block. Apparently ipython has not used readline for many years:
The –pylab command line arguments makes ipython a quick but powerful calculator in the terminal window which I use quite often. Is there a way to pass other useful imports to ipython via command line, such as which makes it even more convenient to use? Answer If you have installed sympy you get script that starts ipython with sympy imports.
On Google Colab I’m getting an error when trying to import GeoJSON from IPython.display: Any help on how to properly import it would be appreciated. Answer Exactly how to execute in Google Colab: import IPython Update IPython Now able to from IPython.display import GeoJson
Both ipython widgets and interactive objects have observe() methods. (See the results of the print statements.) With the following example, I can confirm the actions of the observe() method on a slider widget but not on the interactive (ie) object. Q: Is there any way to use the interactive’s observe method or I have to call separate observe() method on
Are there any performance difference between a code run on a IPython (Jupyter for example) and the same code run on “standard” Python (PyCharm for example)? I’m working on a neural network for a project where I need some kind of presentation and Jupyter + IPython does the job, but i was wondering if there are any kind of differences