Each paragraph has its own set of controls at the top. The controls contain:
Show/hide line numbers
There’s also icons for time-sets and paragraph settings.
The expand icon hides or shows your editor.
Only notebook owners and writers can see the editor but also toggle its visibility. Read more about permissions here.
The book icon hides or shows your output section.
The output stays hidden if hide it before switching to report mode.
Show or hide the title of the paragraph. The default value for the title is 'Untitled'. You can edit the title by clicking it.
Paragraph titles are useful for identification, in version control and reporting purposes; once created, the titles are retained even if the field is hidden later.
Show/Hide Line Numbers
Show or hide line numbers in the input section. It’s recommended to use line numbers when coding.
There are six paragraph statuses:
Ready: the paragraph is ready to be run.
Pending: the paragraph is waiting other paragraphs to be run.
Running: the paragraph is running.
Finished: the paragraph has finished the output.
Error: there’s an error in the code.
Abort: either the paragraph couldn’t run or the run was stopped by a user.