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Run jupyter notebooks as command line scripts with variable overrides

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Run jupyter notebooks as command line scripts with variable overrides

For making variables overridable, wrap them using jin as shown below

from jrun import jin

# First parameter is identifier, second is default value
seed = jin("seed", 1234)
speed = jin("speed", 45)
trial_number = jin("tno", 1)

# Other code

Running the notebook directly (jrun notebook.ipynb) will use the default parameter values. To override any of them, pass another argument to jrun specifying the override in plain python like jrun notebook.ipynb "tno = 2; seed = 2313".

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