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Hi All!

I am trying to write up a report using Markdown in Jupyter in the algolab, but there are certain things that I can't fix to make the report presentable.

1) The notebook is dark blue and I'd like it to be normal page white because its a report.

2) Figures that are generated in the notebook bring the figure to the forefront but the axis. and title is in the background for some reason,which makes the figures unpresentable.

3) Generally, how do I attatch my backtest report into a cell in the notebook?

Thank you!

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Hi Roman Gutin ,

1) The report background color follows the environment theme. You can change it by clicking on the half-filled circle at the bottom left of the Algorithm Lab page.

2) Did you try to use matplotlib commands to improve the figures?

3) The backtest report is a pdf file. Do you want to recreate its figures in a notebook? 

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Hey Alex!

1)I tried adjsuting the theme back to white and it didn't fix the issue

2)I used pandas.plot(), which to my understanding is a matplotlib wrapper. The only work around I found was to export the notebook as a latex file and the zip has the figures in it.

3) And yes I'd like the trade stats and equity curve in a notebook.

Thanks for the response!

 

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