Sun Jan 8 00:53:58 CST 2012
On Sat, Jan 7, 2012 at 9:13 AM, Chris Currivan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm hoping to create something like an interactive plot with
> checkboxes for which lines to display. I can create the html objects
> from markdown or _repr_html_/display/publish_html. I can refer the
> code. Is is possible to use the notebook's internal interface to allow
Sort of... You can put code like this in a markdown cell:
or in the repr_html of an object and then display it. Just look at
'z' afterwards, and it will be 10.
However, we seem to have a very odd bug in that using these tricks and
saving, creates a file that then confuses the notebook on load. Will
need to investigate...
> order to display them some way besides in a column below whatever was
> published last?
No, unfortunately not yet.
> example that didn't work:
change that to _repr_html_ keeping the code otherwise identical,
you'll get the alert to pop up.
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