[IPython-User] different behavior of show() in qtconsole?
Mon Feb 20 22:27:48 CST 2012
On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 12:51 PM, Mark Bakker <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am running the QtConsole, IPython v.0.12 (EPD on a Mac) and am plotting my
> graphs in separate figures (so not inline).
> In the past, with regular IPython, I always needed a show() command at the
> end of my script to see the figure.
> Not so anymore in the QtConsole. Correct?
No, it's still the same as always. If you do
then that script must have an explicit show() call at the end, as always.
And as always, plotting calls typed *interactively* no not require
The only difference is that in the qtconsole it's realistic to type a
relatively long bit of code interactively (or paste it, or use
%loadpy). But the behavior regarding show() hasn't changed one bit.
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