PlotDocs, we use
Literate to generate example plots, and
Documenter for rendering docs.
I’d like the generated code to take a
rng argument so that the output is more reproducible.
So far this works well (I can modify expressions to take a
rng argument) , but the problem is that I don’t want it to appear in the end user documentation.
For examples, taking Lines · Plots, this is what I obtain (note the added
using Plots gr() Plots.reset_defaults() #hide using StableRNGs #hide rng = StableRNG(1234) #hide plot(Plots.fakedata(rng, 50, 5), w = 3) # This file was generated using Literate.jl, https://github.com/fredrikekre/Literate.jl
Now, I’d like the expression
plot(Plots.fakedata(50, 5), w = 3) (without
rng) to appear in the
html so that it can be copy-pasted by anyone, without having to setup a random number generator.
Is there a way to do that ?