The Notebook Display
Cauldron approaches the display differently than other notebooks. Anything that you want to appear in the notebook output, from text to graphs, must be added using Cauldron's display module, which is available from the cauldron Python package:
import cauldron as cd cd.display.text('Hello World!')
There is only one exception to this rule. Python's built-in print function will also add text to the display:
print('Hello World!')
exactly the same way it does in any other Python runtime environment.
The display module has a number of functions for adding different types of content. For more information on these functions see the "Display Functions" section of this documentation where they are listed individually.