When loading a notebook (even an empty one), I see the loading icon spin for many minutes then receive the error: "Notebook Load Failed: We were not able to load the notebook you requested. Click here to try again."
Is there an issue with my account profile?23 votes
I am trying to access to BDU Workbeend Jupyter notebook and it is still loading for an infinite time. I tried during all current day (13/Feb/2017).14 votes
sklearn.model_selection is now moved to .18 version. Current version is 0.17 - all my notebooks are failing due to this. Please update!!!
sklearn.model_selection is now moved to .18 version. Current version is 0.17 - all my notebooks are failing due to this. Please update!!!9 votes
Intellisense-like popup-help. That is. hover over a function, class, etc. and get a short description
Most Python IDEs have some sort of pop-up help. e.g. hover over a function (built-in, library, user defined) and get a pop-up showing the signature.
Also highlight (e.g. with red squiggles) errors in syntax. Highlight in blue squiggles using a variable before definition, etc.6 votes
I have recently noticed that when I open the DS Workbench to go to Juypter, my notebooks are missing. It sometimes shows only 1 of workbooks, other times, it shows Untitles1.pnyb
In the attached screenshot, please observe that all my worksbooks that I worked on for my deep learning class are missing. Please fix asap.3 votes
The functionality to have a context menu for Notebooks and Python files is quite nice, but unfortunately it does not work for me.
I have a larger project with many local *.py files that are imported, yet in my Jupyter notebooks the dot-string that the "Insert Import" functionality gives me does not resolve. I.e. I get errors like:
----> 3 import data.mycode.QFog.Dag
ImportError: No module named 'data'
I am suprised that this issue is not reported yet. It makes working with a large python project virtually impossible on the platform.1 vote
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