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Helpers for Jupyter notebooks: automated menu, JSON visualizer, plug javascript

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jyquickhelper: javascript extensions for notebooks

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Helpers for Jupyter notebooks. Example to run from a notebook:

from jyquickheler import add_menu_notebook

A menu is displayed:

  • first section of level 2
  • section section of level 2

It helps rendering javascript:

from jyquickhelper import RenderJS
css = [""]
RenderJS(script, css=css, libs = [
                     name="d3", exports="d3"),
                     name="c3", exports="c3", deps=["d3"])])

See c3.ipynb. Or visualizing JSON:

from jyquickhelper import JSONJS
JSONJS(dict(name="xavier", city="Paris"), html_only=True, show_to_level=3)

See nb_json.ipynb.



current - 2021-01-01 - 0.00Mb

0.0.0 - 2021-01-01 - 0.00Mb

  • 9: remove raise … (…) from e in (2018-06-16)
  • 1: [won’t fix] use pytablewriter + jsgrid instead of qgrid (2018-06-16)
  • 7: add notebook on vis.js (2018-03-26)
  • 6: investigate a way to use local javascript (2018-03-26)
  • 5: add a function to show diagram in notebooks based on viz.js (2018-03-26)
  • 4: add a notebook on vizjs (2018-03-07)
  • 3: add notebook on mermaid (2018-03-06)
  • 2: fix c3, morris, treant (2018-03-06)

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