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This is a quick shortcut to combine Jupyter notebooks into a single rise

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If you want to use this create an index.txt file with a sequence of paths to your files each on a new line in the order you wish them to be included in your final presentation.

Then use with this file in the directory.

multi_rise --index=index.txt --output=output.ipynb

where index is the index file and output is the name of the output file.

The index file is a file that contains file paths that will be combined into the final notebook.

  • The order in which the files appear in the index file is the order in which they’ll be combined into the final notebook.
  • Files can appear more than once.
  • The file paths should be relative to the working directory in which the command is invoked.
  • The file paths should only appear one per line
  • It currently does no safe catching (e.g., of spaces) for you.

This only works on python 3.4+.

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