Hi NNCV,

Thanks (for the positive feedback and alert).

TF-DF uses D3 for plotting. And it seems (looking at the console of the web browser development tool) that Jupiter does not support the way TF-DF import D3.

A solution, is to re-import D3 in a Jupyer notebook cell:

```
%%javascript
require.config({
paths: {
d3: "https://d3js.org/d3.v7.min"
}
});
require(["d3"], function(d3) {
window.d3 = d3;
});
```

then, the following like should work fine

```
tfdf.model_plotter.plot_model_in_colab(model, tree_idx=0, max_depth=3)
```

Note that you might have to clear the cell output and reload the webpage.

Alternatively, or if you don’t have a Jupiter or a Colab nodebook, the model plot can be exported to an html and visualized separably. For example:

```
with open("/tmp/model.html", "w") as f:
f.write(tfdf.model_plotter.plot_model(model, tree_idx=0, max_depth=3))
# Then, open "/tmp/model.html" in any web browser.
```