the spyder console does not generate the script values

I'm trying to see the output of my code in spyder but it doesn't come out. I am using Spyder 3.3.6. Its few lines of code are as follows:

import pandas as pd
x_y_data = pd.read_csv("x_y_points400_labeled_csv.csv")
x = x_y_data.loc(:,'x')
y = x_y_data.loc(:,'y')
x_length=len(x)
x_length
x

It shows nothing and there is no error,
but when I write on the console, x or print x It does.

can you help me please?

SEO: Google Search Console does not show search impressions or clicks, something makes no sense

I have a website that works passively and receives good search traffic. It has been a while since I have been optimizing, but recently I decided to return to the project.

I loaded Google Search Console to discover that the number of clicks showed a sudden drop of 100-200 clicks to virtually 0 since March 2019.

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The problem here is that I am still receiving good Google search traffic. The image of yesterday is attached. It shows that I still receive many clicks from Google search, data that contradict what the search console shows me.

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I'm a little lost here, and I don't know where else to look. Any help appreciated.

Client – How do I get Raw Transaction Txid, Scriptpubkey using the Bitcoin Core console?

I just downloaded Bitcoin Core in Windows 7 and I am trying to create a raw transaction. When I wrote listunspent 0 or listunspent 1 on the console, I did not receive any messages (empty message) on the console. How do I get the raw transaction txid, scriptpubkey using the bitcoin center console?

7 – How to log in to the console when it is in a Drupal connection behavior?

I am using Drupal 7. I have the following code that tries to log in to the console:

function mymodule_get_jquery() {
  $jquery = <<

If I open the console in Firefox or Chrome, the registry generates the following:

JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed, version 1.4.1
here
there

Why is the line not registered "everywhere"? Is there any way to record JavaScript information in the function attach Drupal behavior?

console: slow start of PowerShell in VPN

I have a problem with the startup speeds of PowerShell in which I performed some analysis.

When I turn on my laptop, PowerShell starts well (<1 second of startup, including 1,000-line profile loading). When I start my company's VPN (Check Point EndPoint), it takes PowerShell about 6.5 seconds to start (horrible).

So, I moved all my $profile functions, etc. in a separate file and put that to C:Profile_Extras.ps1 to avoid entering the network in any way (apart from $Profile, but that is now just one line, pointing to me C:Profile_Extras.ps1 archive).

Starting PowerShell now takes 3.5 seconds. A big improvement, but it's still really bad just by opening a console session (!) On a very fast / modern laptop.

cd $(Split-Path $Profile) he takes me to:
Microsoft.PowerShell.CoreFileSystem::\ad.ing.netWPSNLPUD200024YA64UGHomeMy DocumentsWindowsPowerShell

When I leave the corporate VPN network, this data is still available (use some type of caching software so that I can refer to my network profile in H:) In that state, it takes <1 second for PowerShell to reload, which is good.

So, my question is how can I tell PowerShell to redirect where it looks for $ Profile? Is this a registry setting or something?

I also saw some other articles, but it doesn't help. Why is PowerShell slow on my machine?

Google search console: inspect the previous domain after performing 301 redirection

After redirecting to a new domain

I tried to inspect the URL of the previous domain of your webmaster and obtained this information

The URL is not in Google This page is not in the index, but not by
a mistake. See the details below to find out why it was not indexed. To learn
plus

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If so, then Why do I keep losing my rank in Google search?

Also, I would like to know what is the difference between the Reference page Y Canonical declared by the user?

Google search console: Site map error could not be fixed after redirecting to a new domain

I have moved my site from one domain to another! And the migration and redirection have been successful!

Unfortunately, I lost the Google search rank for most of my pages!

Thus, I'm trying to verify anything that can help me get back to the first page of Google as before.

In the old site, I checked the webmaster and discovered this error

"could not go looking".

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It is normal? How to fix this problem?

Now, I have decided to solve this error. "could not go looking" loading the new site map with the new links to the previous site. (same URL articles with the new domain)

I checked the state of the websitemaster map and now you can read it successfully It is right? I'm afraid that the site map sent to the previous site has the new site links!

By the way, I have done move site action from the old domain to the new google webmaster domain and adjust the redirection from the .haccess file

Most experts said it is normal and that the range will return soon! But it will take some time depends on several items!

But in reality, I only have about 400 URLs and I still have my top rank in Google search after two weeks of moving!

Please help!

Google search console Add sitemap "Could not retrieve" and txt file "Could not read sitemap"

I made a fairly simple .txt file
I receive the following errors
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It seems very strange. 2.txt is just the .txt with less than 50,000 results. Somehow, it seems that Google can read the longer .txt file but not the shortest 2.txt file.

rails update: when updating the package, the error in the console "$ (…). tabs is not a function", $ (…). popover is not a function

I am trying to update my version of ruby ​​and rails. In doing so, I also needed to update my gems. After executing the "package update" command, my page loads when the server starts. But in the console area I get errors like:
$ (…). Popover is not a function, $ (…). tabs is not a function, $ (…). fileupload is not a function, etc.
Because of this, my modal, navigation bars, etc. They are not functional.
Any help would be appreciated.
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SEO: If I delete the date portion of my blog URL using the code, should I resubmit the site map to the Google search console?

Do I need to resubmit the site map to the Google search console?

Yes. It can help Google discover your new URLs faster and give you a more accurate representation of indexed URLs.

Does removing the date from the blog URL help in SEO ranking?

Maybe, but probably not. URLs play only a very small part in SEO ranking, content is the main concern. A date in the URL can discourage a user from clicking on a link if they think it is too old.

If the "date" is not significant for the content, then it must be removed from the URL. In any case, it will make the URL a little shorter, which is good from the user's perspective.

An argument against having the date in the URL is that it can make the article seem outdated when it ages, even when you have updated the content (unless you implement a redirect to a new updated URL) – But that is complex and problematic) . You can still include the date of publication / update in the article itself.