How would I debug issues with rendering a notebook in GitHub? It opens fine if I use nbviewer.jupyter.org, but if I click on the notebook in GitHub I get "Sorry, something went wrong. Reload?". This only happens on a few of my files. The files also open fine locally; they just fail on GitHub.
@rlabbe the only real recourse is GitHub support requests. The GitHub rendering of notebooks is not public code.
hi! does anyone have an idea why my MD cells with latexsyntaxinitgetrenderedperfectlyfinebutWITHthe at the start and the end??
Hi guys, i'm interested in the possibility of blurring the lines between the user-driven execution of jupyter notebooks and something more like the workflow of a standard IDE, where you write an application that then execute as a whole. Do you have any info on projects that export standard python code from a jupyter notebook ? perhaps with the intent of being executed automatically
@minrk thanks i had not thought of looking for unit testing projects, good hint :smile:
Hello, I am new to the jupyter project's code on github and I am trying to find the part including the frontend that gets displayed in the browser, to study how that is implemented (the code blocks and their keyboard shortcuts and visual rendering, etc). Can someone please help me find that portion of code to get started? Thanks!
Ok I may have found it in jupyter/notebook/static/notebook. If there are any other locations in the code that include frontend I'll be happy to hear about them. (Still trying to understand what/how/where/when the nbviewer is used exactly..)
Brian E. Granger
@dannaf hi, probably a better place to look would be in the JupyterLab repo, that is where we are doing all of our new notebook frontend development
Does nbviewer is able to show animations created by matplotlib? Does nbviewer keep interactivity of %matplotlib notebook output mode?
@alexhegit Hello, I am encounter a issue about requests lib in Juypter There is a timeout when call requests.get() I got the like log as requests/requests#3292
Do you know how to fix it?
Hi, I've got a question about inlinebackend.figure_format. I'd like to permanently set it to 'retina' and not type %config InlineBackend.figure_format = 'retina' on every notebook that I'm working on. How do I do it?