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How does pushing the same signal to different workbooks work?


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If I have a signal "A" and I push the data to two different notebooks, are these two separate signals that are only available within that workbook?

It seems when I do this, that the signal "A" is shared across notebooks, but I thought it should be only local to the workbook pushed to.

The code below, I can see the 4,5,6 in both workbooks.

Is that right?
Note, I didn't put the datetime index within the df, but it would be there.


data = {"A":[1,2,3]}
df = pd.DataFrame(data)

spy.push(data=df_pred, workbook='Workbook1', 

data = {"A":[4,5,6]}
df = pd.DataFrame(data)

spy.push(data=df, workbook='Workbook2',


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Generally, pushing to a different workbook should result in two separate items only scoped to that particular workbook. Therefore, what you are seeing may have been a bug. If you want the same signal in both workbooks, you can push with workbook=None to make the item globally scoped instead.

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