Run from within a Jupyter NotebookSee original GitHub issue
When the following code is run from a
demo.py file or from the Python interpreter, it runs as expected, collecting a new dataset. However, when run from within a Jupyter Notebook, it complains that
KeyError: u'dallinger_email_password is not a valid configuration key'.
import dallinger experiment = dallinger.experiments.Bartlett1932() data = experiment.collect( app_id=u"3b9c2aeb-0eb7-4432-803e-bc437e17b3bb", ) print(data.networks.list)
- Created 6 years ago
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With respect to NGS2, we promised that all the code produced as part of the program would be open source and permissively licensed, not that it’s specifically MIT licensed; this meets those requirements.
I’ve added PR #736 that works around this. Modifying pexpect turned out to be a rabbithole, it’s not possible to support its functionality adequately well enough to make something useful. A lot of the same fixes needed were in common with @jessesnyder #707 branch, which makes sense as they’re both about getting useful information from subprocesses when not using a terminal.