Problem with SFrame.show()

User 3080 | 1/21/2016, 4:21:18 AM

I have successfully installed ipython notebook,but my localhost:1200/index.html returns nothing import graphlab sf = graphlab.SFrame('people-example.csv') sf.show() Canvas is accessible via web browser at the URL: http://localhost:12000/index.html but it cannot be opened.

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User 2854 | 1/21/2016, 6:28:24 AM

@ghcat you are running the latest GL version (1.8) , correct?


User 3080 | 1/21/2016, 6:37:54 AM

GL version is 2.0.1


User 3080 | 1/21/2016, 9:59:16 AM

The problem has been solved. i have something wrong in ipython notebook.


User 3130 | 1/26/2016, 3:30:24 PM

@ghcat how did you solve the problem? I seem to have the same issue.


User 3763 | 3/18/2016, 10:15:04 PM

Hi I am facing the same problem. When I execute sf.show() in iPython Notebook, I get the following output:- Canvas is accessible via web browser at the URL: http://localhost:48623/index.html Opening Canvas in default web browser.

But, when I try to access the above link, I get an error that the 'localhost refused to connect'

Can you please help


User 1190 | 3/19/2016, 8:24:46 PM

Hi Sankar,

Which graphlab create version are you using? How did you install it? What operating system are you using? Does the issue reproduce when using python terminal? ipython terminal?

Can you try the following code: gl.canvas.set_target('headless', port=12345) sf.show() // open browser, go to http://localhost:12345/index.html Feel free to change port 12345 to other random numbers.

-jay


User 3763 | 3/20/2016, 2:32:12 PM

Hi Jay, I am using the AWS instance. I did not install any version. I am using Windows. It works fine with ipython terminal. I only have a problem in the browser mode.


User 1190 | 3/21/2016, 6:42:39 PM

Maybe there is something special to Windows? Have you tried winhost or 127.0.0.1?