There is a discussion here about using an extension to hide the code in a way that is compatible with RISE.
Supposing that is overkill for what you need, some suggestions:
- You can make the images show up with markdown on the slide.
- You can save an image file with matplotlib’s savefig()
in a cell where%%capture
is the first line of the cell to suppress output of the plot generation from being displayed and then display the image of it when and where you want withIPython.display` like at the bottom of here. Or use markdown to display the image.
- You can use the method here to not display and capture the plot for display later, as illustrated next.
Expanded example of that last suggestion:
# of course you can show figures
return 2 * x**2 - 20 * x + 2
X = np.linspace(-10, 10)
Y = polynom(X)
In cell ‘two’:
out.show() #currently `out()` alone works also.
As a followup to that last method, because you objected to code showing, you might find the plot’s returned object value details, text like
[<matplotlib.lines.Line2D at 0x7ff1855077f0>] showing up to be unwanted as well. Trick to fix that so you just get only the plot from cell ‘one’ code:
In second cell:
# trick based on https://ipython.readthedocs.io/en/stable/api/generated/IPython.utils.capture.html#IPython.utils.capture.CapturedIO.outputs
# to get plot to print with out the object description / return value above
# like `out.show()` results in.
from IPython.display import display