For example, see the following code cell:
%matplotlib inline import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt plt.ion() fig, ax = plt.subplots() ax.scatter(*np.random.randn(2, 100), c=np.random.randn(100)) ax.set(title="Wow, an interactive plot!")
It is static for now. You can activate Thebe by pressing the button below. This will ask mybinder.org for a Python kernel, and turn the code cell into an interactive one with outputs!
Try clicking the button. The cell will be come active!
You can press “run” in order to run the contents of the cell and display the result (be patient, it will take a few moments for Binder to start the kernel).
To get started, check out Get started.
For more examples showing how to configure, use, and activate Thebe, see the list below. We recommend browsing the raw HTML of each one in order to see how Thebe is used.
HTML based examples#
Alternative computational environments; code cells with prompts and outputs
Source code for these examples can be found in `thebe/docs/_static/html_examples folder.<https://github.com/executablebooks/thebe/tree/master/examples>`_
Use the latest release of
thebe on unpkg
These examples build a _local_ version of
thebe in order to show off the latest features.
If you’d like to instead load the latest _release_ of Thebe, replace the
<script> elements with the following:
Serve these examples indepenently by running
yarn serve:examples in your local development environment.
Thebe in use for SageMath documentation (about) Showcases a fancy activate button, and fetching thebe and running computations locally when possible. Relevant files:
thebe was originally developed as a part of OpenDreamKit -
Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructure project (676541).