Display() in Python

display is a function in the IPython.display module that runs the appropriate dunder method to get the appropriate data to … display. If you really want to run it

from IPython.display import display
import pandas as pd

data = pd.DataFrame(data=[tweet.text for tweet in tweets], columns=['Tweets'])

display(data.head(10))

But don’t. IPython is already doing that for you. Just do:

data.head(10)


You even might have IPython uninstalled, try:

pip install IPython

or if running pip3:

pip3 install IPython

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