Notebook environments

Using Evidently in Colab and other notebook environments.

You can use Evidently Python library to generate visual HTML reports, JSON, and Python dictionary output directly in the notebook environment. You can also save the HTML reports externally and open them in the browser.

By default, Evidently is tested to work in Jupyter notebook on MAC OS and Linux and Google Colab.

Jupyter notebooks

You can generate the visual reports in Jupyter notebooks on MAC OS and Linux.

You should then follow the steps described in the User Guide to generate reports and run test suites.

Google Colab

You can also generate visual reports in Google Collaboratory.

To install evidently, run the following command in the notebook cell:

!pip install evidently

Then follow the steps described in the User Guide.

Other notebook environments

You can also use Evidently in other notebook environments, including Jupyter notebooks on Windows, Jupyter lab and hosted notebooks such as Kaggle Kernel, Databricks or Deepnote notebooks. Consult the installation instructions for details.

For most hosted environments, you would need to run the following command in the notebook cell:

!pip install evidently

Visual reports in the notebook cell

Here is a complete example of how you can call the report after installation, imports, and data preparation:

report = Report(metrics=[
]), current_data=current)

Standalone HTML

If the report does not appear in the cell, consider generating a standalone HTML file and opening it in a browser.

report = Report(metrics=[
]), current_data=current)

You can also specify the path where to save the file.

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