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Variable explorer
See the variables that are available in memory using the variable explorer.
The variable explorer exposes all variables that exist in the underlying Jupyter kernel. Any code that's executed by you, or through one of our pre-built blocks will be run by the Jupyter kernel.
At times you may want to see a snapshot of the variables available in memory when you're working on a page. Whenever you execute code or leverage one of Dolphyn's low-code blocks, any associated variables will automatically show up in the variable explorer.
You can open the variable explorer by clicking on the more menu ... at the top right of the page and clicking on Variables to pin the explorer to the right hand side of your page.
The variable explorer will expose the name, type and pythonic representation of its value. In cases where you have many variables in memory, you can use the search to quickly filter through them.
You can pin the variable explorer to the right hand side of the page to see any variables available in memory.

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You can display variables as part of text blocks. When a variable is updated as a result of code execution, it will automatically update in the text blocks as well! Learn how to add variables to text blocks.​
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