Alex, Sorry for the delayed response. We have been backlogged lately, and we do not have much official support for doing Python work, yet. At any rate, you were on the right track. See attached notebook which should hopefully work for you. The tricky part is you will need to have the following imports: from JSAnimation import IPython_display from JSAnimation.IPython_display import display_animation Also, don't forget to %matplotlib inline Let us know if you are having trouble importing JSAnimation. It is available here on binstar: (OS X) https://binstar.org/julienchastang/jsanimation (Linux) https://binstar.org/rsignell/jsanimation (Windows) ????? Let us know if you need help going with conda. Also, see this great video about conda/binstar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaIvrDWrIWM Best, Unidata Python Support > Ryan, > > I was wondering if there is a way to include animations within an > IPython Notebook? Attached is a notebook I created to calculate 1D > model data. At the end of the notebook (Section 8) I want an animation > to appear. Everything works up through section 7, but for section 8 it > just plots the initial data and doesn't animate. > > It would be very useful if animation could be embedded within the > notebook. Maybe I'm simply missing a step. > > Thanks for your time, > > Sincerely, > > Alex DeCaria > Millersville University Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: VAJ-430528 Department: Support Python Priority: Low Status: Closed
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