No matter how good you are in programming with respect to a language like python you may not be able to remember all the functions names or syntax or function parameters. So you may require to use intellisense or autocomplete feature of Jupyter notebook while programming in pandas, python and similar libraries.
In the below video, Jupyter Notebook Autocomplete Intellisense and Menu Shortcuts is discussed.
Yes it is possible to use intellisense and autocomplete in Jupyter Notebook.
As you can see in above image, you just need to press TAB key after typing the dot after np and you will get all the functions realted to numpy.
Similarly if you want to see the parameters or signature of a function, type the function name and then the opening bracket of the function and then press Shift+Tab as shown below.
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I hope you enjoyed this article and can start using some of the techniques described here in your own projects soon.
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