Kernel failure when calling dtypes

works just fine in the file running jupyter notebook but shows “Kernel failed” every time on datalore.

dtypes will work on a single column but will not show types for the whole dataframe. I have checked to ensure I can see the dataframe.

Is there a fix?

What I really want to run is data.dtypes.value_counts() but that is totally out of the question if I can’t even get dtypes to work.

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Hi @Chris_Hill, thank you for the report, it seems to be a bug in our table handling, we’ll fix it soon. For now you can use list(data.dtypes) or list(data.dtypes.value_counts()) to mitigate this problem: in these cases Datalore won’t try to show a special table representation. Sorry for the inconvenience!

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