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Jupyter extension for following cell outputs.

Project description

jupyter-sequor

Follow and scroll automatically cell outputs in Jupyter notebooks

Installation

pip install jupyter-sequor

Usage

A minimal example:

NOTE: The example requires additional package lorem.

import lorem
import time

for a in range(0, 200, 10):
    text = lorem.text()
    print(text)

    time.sleep(0.2)

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Note that the Follow button appears only when the cell enters a scrolled state.

Feel free to enable/disable the follow on a cell level by clicking the button.

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