Using Ipython Notebook, kernel Error in R Notebook using Jupyter Notebook


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asked Mar 17, 2016 by lichota (910 points)
Many many thanks in advance. I am trying to use R within jupyter notebook. packages(c('rzmq','repr','IRkernel','IRdisplay'), repos = c('http://irkernel. Is it possible instead of showing in row i want to show in gridview like this

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answered Jun 3, 2016 by jrythis (520 points)
selected Jun 6, 2016 by FogusColor
 
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This is how I did this so that only one progress dialog can be open at a time
Please see 3.x Series IPython 3.2.1 documentation for an example
commented Jun 4, 2016 by Yrg2607Leigh (1,460 points)
Why is it possible to call functions using slashes in iPython
commented Jun 5, 2016 by abg_8221 (100 points)
Normally each file is associated with one repository
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answered Apr 9, 2016 by Lbh_1473 (1,340 points)

Solutions: open another terminal or run ipython notebook inside screen.
This of a checkpoint as the result of saving your notebook.
Then save and reload a notebook.

Can read more here http://www.howtobuildsoftware.com/index.php/how-do/GH2/ipython-notebook-kernel-loading-forever-in-jupyter-notebook
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answered May 24, 2016 by Pilako (520 points)

In the kernel a png of the plot is produced and is then sent to the notebook.
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answered May 26, 2016 by Computers (540 points)
I compared them, you can read more on http://www.walkingrandomly.com/?p=5734
This minimized a headache
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answered Jun 3, 2016 by whf_an (1,290 points)
I just wanted to say that this thread so far has been excellent. See this fiddle for example Dead kernels in docker IPython notebook server Issue ...
commented Jun 5, 2016 by FixedAccardi (550 points)
I think that this might also help you. Here ends my brain dump

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