Category : ipython

In a Django project: python manage.py shell_plus –ipython is loading as expected with model imports, e.g., working just fine. When trying to python manage.py shell_plus –notebook Jupyter will start. But when trying to create a new django shell plus notebook I will get the following import error: [I 12:43:00.851 NotebookApp] Kernel started: 68eac163-4064-41ac-824d-5c839562814c, name: django_extensions ..

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x,y = symbols(‘x y’) integral = x*log(x) + cos(6*x) text_exp = sympify(integral) exp = sympify(integrate(text_exp, x)) lhs = "ans" prt = clawer(lhs,exp) print(‘Class type:’ ,type(prt)) print(prt) Unexpected output on the command line Desired Output on spider I’m trying to split long latex expressions and equations to new lines.Unfortunately the result I’m getting on the command ..

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I have written the following code in Google Colab: import os import cv2 from IPython.display import Image import random folder_train_val = ‘/content/drive/MyDrive/Colab Notebooks/data/kd_pictures’ files = os.listdir(folder_train_val) twenty_images = random.sample(files, 20) for file in twenty_images: display(Image(filename=os.path.join(folder_train_val,file))) The images have the following properties: for file in twenty_images[:1]: im = cv2.imread(os.path.join(folder_train_val,file)) print(type(im)) print(im.shape) print(type(im.shape)) print(file) <class ‘numpy.ndarray’> (500, ..

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Say I have t.py: import sys if __name__ == ‘__main__’: sys.exit(123) and run.py: import subprocess output = subprocess.run([‘python’, ‘t.py’]) print(output) Running run.py, I get: % python run.py CompletedProcess(args=[‘python’, ‘t.py’], returncode=123) However, if I then modify run.py to be: import subprocess output = subprocess.run([‘ipython’, ‘t.py’]) print(output) then I get: % python run.py ————————————————————————— SystemExit Traceback (most ..

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I have an HTML code that I can display in the Jupyter notebook by using the following command: from IPython.display import display, HTML display(HTML(my_html_code)) However, I would like to save the output obtained from the code above as a PNG file, not only visualize it. How can I do this? Source: Python..

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