turicreate.SFrame.show

SFrame.show()

Visualize a summary of each column in an SFrame. Opens a new app window.

Returns:
None

Notes

  • The plot will render either inline in a Jupyter Notebook, or in a native GUI window, depending on the value provided in turicreate.visualization.set_target (defaults to ‘auto’).

Examples

Suppose ‘sf’ is an SFrame, we can view it using:

>>> sf.show()