[IPython-User] notebook tex parsing & cell hiding
Mon Aug 13 15:15:46 CDT 2012
Le 13 août 2012 à 22:02, Carl Smith a écrit :
> I already have an edited version of the intro. It's a bit higher level, I removed the bit on embedding images for example, but added a couple more features. It's a literal demo.
> I'm really looking to include this as the only shipped notebook on the NBC AMI. The notebook ends with instructions on getting other ones, so it's all users need out the box.
> My version is written for NBC, so it'll need redoing a bit for general purposes, but I'm happy to share it.
> What's IPy doing about licensing notebooks? I'll use the same license.
I guess they are BSD like the all project.
If you don't mind sharing the notebook, I'll be happy to see a static view.
you can use
> On Aug 13, 2012 8:48 PM, "Matthias BUSSONNIER" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Le 13 août 2012 à 20:27, Carl Smith a écrit :
> > > > 1) Hiding cells: sometimes large calculation cells are no necessary to be displayed. E.g. for a long plotting commands only the result is interesting when printing or displaying to other users
> > > It is present for some time (I thought it was in 0.13) , click/double click the output prompt area to cycle between scrollable and hidden cell output.
> > This feature is in 0.13, but it took me a while to find it and I still didn't know to double-click to fully collapse it until I saw it mentioned on the list.
> > I think this feature should be mentioned in the Brief Tour example nb.
> Sure, maybe not in 00_intro, but if you want to make more deeper tour of the notebook, feel free to do it.
> There is a lot to document on customizing tooltip behavior, injecting JS, resizing plots, toggling pylab mode between inline and floating...
> So if you feel it, we'll be waiting for PR :-)
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