Hi there. Every time I try to open a notebook in what I’m calling the ‘sidebar’ Jupyter notebook, it opens in a separate browser tab. I’d like to code with the dataquest instructions in the same window. Is there an easy way to do this besides copying and pasting the code into a new project?
Thanks in advance,
Are you able to perhaps share a screenshot of what you’re seeing? It might help people to understand what you’re describing and suggest a solution.
Hi, I’ll try to describe what I’m running to in images.
Unfortunately, those images aren’t in the right order. Let me try this again.
Here’s the first shot. I’ve opened up dataquest to this part of the mission and I have an empty notebook on the right.
From the dropdown, I try to open up my project:
When I do, I see this:
I try to open the file instead using File > Open:
And I get this screen and open Guided Project - App Store.ipynb
And it opens, but not within the window next to the dataquest instructions but in a separate tab altogether. I want it to be next to the dataquest instructions.
Hi Joe. I ran into this problem as well! The issue seemed to be from having spaces in the filename. I didn’t have a fix for it, so I just sighed and started over (I didn’t even think how I could access the file like you did!). I don’t seem to get this problem anymore when the filename has no spaces.
Wow, that did it. Thanks April!
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Here is a fix for this issue, if you encounter it again:
This problem occurs when you try to rename the project by using spaces between words for example:
My First Project
Because of that, our platform couldn’t retrieve your file and it will display this error:
404: Not Found
You are requesting a page that does not exist!
Here is a way to reproduce this error:
How To Fix It?
Click the Restore Icon [50%20PM]
Click on Restore Files
Select Basics.Ipynb file [47…
Thank you, Sahil. That’s really helpful. And very detailed. Much appreciated.