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Jan Poeschko
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In the cloud, `NotebookOpen` currently only works with files referring to existing cloud objects. So you could create a corresponding cloud object first: ...
Evaluating Python code is not supported in the Wolfram Cloud, mainly due to security reasons. It is possible to enable `ExternalEvaluate` & co. in an [Enterprise Private Cloud](https://www.wolfram.com/enterprise-private-cloud/), where you have...
Maybe `ResourceData` is the function you're looking for? If all you want to do is store an expression in the cloud (e.g. coming from your local data sources) and get it back later (e.g. in a cloud notebook), `CloudPut` and `CloudGet` might be all...
The page https://wolfram.com/developer-license (redirecting to https://www.wolfram.com/engine/free-license/) does exist now. Does that Free Wolfram Engine for Developers work for you?
This is fixed now.
In the [Wolfram Cloud](https://www.wolframcloud.com/), we're continuously bringing support for the [Wolfram Language](https://www.wolfram.com/language/) and especially [Wolfram Notebooks](https://www.wolfram.com/notebooks/) closer to the experience...
The explanation is that `Manipulate` only reacts to changes of variables that appear literally in its body expression (the first argument). But in Manipulate[Plot[s[[1]],{a,1,4}],{b,1,5},{c,1,5}] the variables `b` and `c` don't appear in...
You're right that it should give you _some_ output, but it would still be an error... The first problem is that you're using a Free-form Input cell (indicating by the = on the left), but what you really want is an Input cell (to enter [Wolfram...
> Could this also be used to render static HTML of notebooks in Github repositories. Good point, and yes, potentially┬á┬ľ although the library itself is mostly about interactive rendering (on the client side). To retrieve static HTML for a (cloud)...
Thank you! I can reproduce the issue and we're investigating. It seems that this `Import` is creating a (JLink) symbol `err` that can't be overwritten. As a workaround, you could use a different symbol name in the subsequent code. Just for...