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Plugin for mkdocs to generate markdown documents from jupyter notebooks.

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mknotebooks

mknotebooks is a plugin for MkDocs enabling you to include Jupyter notebooks directly in your project documentation.

Install

pip3 install mknotebooks

Usage

  • Add mknotebooks to the plugin section of your mkdocs.yml
  • Include any notebooks (.ipynb files) you want to use in the docs/ directory just as you would .md files.

Example:

# mkdocs.yml
nav:
  - your_notebook.ipynb

plugins:
  - mknotebooks

Any static images, plots, etc. will be extracted from the notebook and placed alongside the output HTML.

Options

You can optionally execute the notebooks, by setting execute: true in the config. You can include a hidden preamble script, to be run before executing any cells using preamble: "<path/to/your/script>". The default cell execution timeout can be overridden by setting timeout: <timeout>, where <timeout> is an integer number of seconds.

By default, execution will be aborted if any of the cells throws an error, but you can set allow_errors: true to continue execution and include the error message in the cell output.

Example:

# mkdocs.yml
plugins:
  - mknotebooks
      execute: false
      timeout: 100
      preamble:  "<path/to/your/script>"
      allow_errors: false

Styling

Mknotebooks applies default styling to improve the appearance of notebook input/output cells and pandas dataframes. If these interfere with any other CSS stylesheets that you're using, you can disable these via the following options.

# mkdocs.yml
- mknotebooks:
   enable_default_jupyter_cell_styling: false
   enable_default_pandas_dataframe_styling: false

Syntax hightlightting

In order to enable syntax highlighting for code blocks, pygments has to be installed and codehilite extension has to be enabled in mkdocs.yml.

  1. Install pygments:
pip install Pygments
  1. Enable codehilite extension in mkdocs.yml:
# mkdocs.yml
markdown_extensions:
    - codehilite

Binder

You can also choose to have mknotebooks insert a Binder link into each notebook.

- mknotebooks:
      binder: true
      binder_service_name: "gh"
      binder_branch: "master"
      binder_ui: "lab"

If you are using GitLab, you will need to set binder_service_name to "gl".

Examples

Example docs projects demonstrating the use of a preamble and Binder are. Try them out by running pipenv install && pipenv run mkdocs serve.

Inspecting generated markdown

You can also export the generated markdown by setting write_markdown: true in your mkdocs.yml. This will write the generated markdown to a .md.tmp file alongside the original notebook.

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