mBlock-Python Editor support Python 3 programming. You can use it like other Python editors to create and run a Python 3 project.


This section uses a liquid chart as an example.


1. Install the Python library required.

In this example, the pyecharts library is required. For details about how to install a Python library, see "Install or Uninstall Python Libraries."

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2. Choose File > New project, and enter your code in the project file editing area.

Enter the following code:

from pyecharts import options as opts
from pyecharts.charts import Liquid, Page
from pyecharts.globals import SymbolType
import os 
def liquid() -> Liquid:
    c = (
        Liquid()
        .add("lq", [0.67, 0.30, 0.15])
        .set_global_opts(title_opts=opts.TitleOpts(title="Liquid"))
    )
    return c

liquid().render('liquid.html')
os.system("open liquid.html")

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3. Click Run.

An HTML file is generated in the Project Files area.

Open the file. You can see a dynamic liquid chart.


For more details about Python 3, see "Python Learning."