1 | initial version |

Some solutions are offered as answers to

To make the `import`

statements work, install the corresponding extra packages:

```
sage --pip install pandas
sage --pip install tabletext
sage --pip install tabulate
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

~~Some ~~Thanks for reporting! I confirm the same behaviour with SageMath 8.7.
Fixing this is now tracked at

As a workaround, some alternative solutions are offered as answers to

To make the `import`

statements work, install the corresponding extra packages:

```
sage --pip install pandas
sage --pip install tabletext
sage --pip install tabulate
```

3 | No.3 Revision |

Thanks for reporting! I confirm the same behaviour with SageMath 8.7. Fixing this is now tracked at

As a workaround, some alternative solutions are offered as answers to

To make the `import`

statements work, install the corresponding extra packages:

```
sage --pip install pandas
sage --pip install tabletext
sage --pip install tabulate
```

**Edit** (2019-06-01). Sage Trac ticket 27656 (Fix table display in Jupyter) was merged in SageMath 8.8.beta5. As a result, printing tables in Jupyter should work fine in SageMath 8.8.beta5 and above.

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