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Tools to use a collection of notebooks as 'chapters'

Project Description

Bookbook converts a set of notebooks in a directory to HTML or PDF, preserving cross references within and between notebooks.

This code is in early development, so use it at your own risk.

It expects a directory of notebooks whose names indicate their order, e.g. 01-introduction.ipynb. To run it:

python3 -m bookbook.html           # HTML output under html/
python3 -m bookbook.latex [--pdf]  # Latex/PDF output as combined.(tex|pdf)

Add --help to either command for more options.

Installation

Bookbook requires Python 3.5.

pip install bookbook

To install locally as an editable install, run:

pip install flit
git clone https://github.com/takluyver/bookbook.git
cd bookbook
flit install --symlink

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