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Render Jupyter Notebook in the terminal

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jut - JUpyter notebook Terminal viewer.

The command line tool view the IPython/Jupyter notebook in the terminal.


pip install jut


$jut --help

  -he, --head INTEGER RANGE  Display first n cells. Default is 10
  -t, --tail INTEGER RANGE   Display last n cells
  -p, --single-page          Should the result be in a single page?
  -f, --full-display         Should all the contents in the file displayed?
  --force-colors             Force colored output even if stdout is not a

  -s, --start INTEGER RANGE  Display the cells starting from the cell number
  -e, --end INTEGER RANGE    Display the cells till the cell number
  --exclude-output-cells     Exclude the notebook output cells from the output
  --no-cell-border           Don't display the result in a cell with border
  --help                     Show this message and exit.

ASCIICinema Demo (First version)


Note: Command line arguments may be different, use jut --help to get upto date command line options

Display first five cells


Display last five cells


Download the file and display first five cells



$jut debug/file.ipynb
$jut --tail 10

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