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QDarkStyle. You would need to change their stylesheets as well.
I can't get a script created in Spyder to run with Windows Task Scheduler
@dla06c A "script created in Spyder" is just a Python script, same as any other. Unless it doesn't work if you run it with
python script_name.py in Anaconda prompt but does in Spyder, then the latter doesn't have anything to do with the problem.
However, I strongly suspect the issue is its not being run with the Anaconda
python.exe (which is a modern version and has access to the correct packages, including
pandas). Presumably, you need to include the full path to the Anaconda interpreter in your environment of choice (the one in
base should do fine, which can be found at
Actually spyder-notebook seems to be working fine so far.
@silviu-oprea Great news. Again, I wouldn't count on it for production work (nor the dev version of Spyder itself) unless you're suitably prepared to face a substantial number of remaining bugs that we're still working through, particularly with the new LSP-based completion/help/calltip/analysis architecture.
conda list), your OS, and Anaconda itself (not Navigator, Conda or Python) you are using? Also, please be more specific about exactly what happens when you try to launch it and the exact text of any errors you see. Thanks.
jupytercommand failed was, exactly as it states, you not calling it correctly.
conda-forge? How recently did you install Anaconda? Has Spyder worked before? Are you running it from the
baseenvironment (t he default)?
jupyter qtconsole, for instance.
Since then I cannot open spyder because of errors
Which errors, specifically?
Then I searched on the internet and did command "pip install pyqt5"
That command broke Spyder, and quite possibly contaiminated your entire
base environment. As we say very explicitly numerous places in our documentation, troubleshooting guide, wiki, readme, contributing guide, install guide, Stack Overflow and Github issue tracker, you shouldn't install anything Spyder-related with
pip unless you really know what you are doing, and in particular you should never, ever install
pip in an existing
conda environment since it will almost certainly break something.
qtawesome. If that doesn't fix it, please provide your Operating System, Python, PyQt, Qt, and QtAwesome versions along with the environment you're using Spyder in (Anaconda, WinPython, OS Packages, plain Python, etc) and with what package manager (Conda or pip).
By the way, how could I send a screenshot?
Just paste it in the chat. Some users have reported issues doing so in Chrome, or from the chat inthe sidebar of our site,
spyder-ide.org, vs. the one on
pandasdataframes, or just specific ones? What datatype are the columns in question? What version of
pandasand Spyder? How did you install it?
nct_id title \
0 NCT00000102 Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: Calcium Channe...
1 NCT00000104 Does Lead Burden Alter Neuropsychological Deve...
2 NCT00000105 Vaccination With Tetanus and KLH to Assess Imm...
3 NCT00000106 41.8 Degree Centigrade Whole Body Hyperthermia...
4 NCT00000107 Body Water Content in Cyanotic Congenital Hear...
overall_status study_type completion_date \
0 Completed Interventional NaT
1 Completed Observational NaT
2 Terminated Observational 2012-03-28
3 Unknown status Interventional NaT
4 Completed Observational NaT
ipythoninterpreters, or in Jupyter QtConsole (
jupyter qtconsole) which Spyder uses to power its Console tabs, then I'm not why you would expect it to behave differently in Spyder, since it is a standards-compliant, interoperable Python environment.
Viewerpane that replicates the HTML environment so that packages with bespoke code that previously only worked in Jupyter, like Bokeh, can now display interactive visualizations and more right within Spyder and an otherwise standard Python environment. You and other developers can also use it for your own visualizations, and of course it can also work for things like this.
Last time when i run the same code in spyder, i got the table with border
Were you using
spyder-notebook? The IPython Console has always displayed dataframes like your second screenshot; I've never seen them with a border.
@JenyRajasingh_twitter Please read the answer there. If it worked in the IPython console in your previous version of Spyder, it must have been many, many years out of date.
It is not possible in the IPython Console, only in Spyder notebook, which has some bugs with the latest versions of Spyder (which we might not be able to fix until after Spyder 4 is released in a couple months). But yet again, I'm not sure I understand why you wouldn't just use the Variable Explorer instead, since it displays arrays, dataframes and more a table format with not just borders, but full interactivity, higher quality render and a richer, more functional set of features and supported data types.
spyder-reportsand get familiar with its feel and functionality, along with ensureing you can get it to work to begin with (since it hasn't been fully maintained while we finish Spyder 4). Then, you can take a look at the open issues and consider which you may want to work on to get you familiar with the project and demonstrate your skills and ability to mesh well with our workflow. Finally, you could perhaps talk to @ccordoba12 about finishing some of the languished PRs there or potentially what other smaller tasks might be possible before porting it to the new Spyder 4 plugin API that we have yet to finish.