[graph-tool] inline and output

Tiago de Paula Peixoto tiago at skewed.de
Fri Mar 21 16:08:20 CET 2014

On 03/21/2014 03:37 PM, Pietro Battiston wrote:
> There was only a small problem for my typical workflow: I usually
> produce figures in pdf, which however raises an error if I set
> "inline=True", because it cannot be embedded in the webpage.
> I solved this with a patch, that you may want to accept:
> https://github.com/count0/graph-tool/pull/5

It is merged. Thanks!

> Another minor annoyance that I found with the inline ability is that it
> is different from matplotlib and networkx in the fact that it must be
> run as last.
> That is, if you run a cell with the following content:
> import networkx
> g = networkx.random_graphs.complete_graph(5)
> networkx.draw(g)
> print "ciao"
> ... in the output you see both "ciao" and the network. If instead you
> try
> from graph_tool.all import *
> g = complete_graph(5)
> graph_draw(g, inline=True)
> print("ciao")
> ... in the output you will only see "ciao".
> I'm not expert in IPython internals, but I guess it should be simple to
> solve.

Yes, the image should be simply displayed instead of returned. I have
fixed this now in git.


Tiago de Paula Peixoto <tiago at skewed.de>

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