Tools for rendering notebooks suitable for teaching
This repository contains NBfancy, a tool for adding decoration and extended features to Jupyter notebooks. The code was developed by Jack Betteridge and James Grant for the development of programming training material.
The install contains the tools which make up the build system for enriching notebooks, and by way of example, also contains the documentation in the form of a tutorial. This material will assist users in creating their own courses, as both a lesson and demonstration of NBfancy's capabilities.
Jupyter notebooks were chosen as the medium for out training material as:
- They use markdown which is simple to use even for those not familiar.
- Modifying individual codeblocks is intuitive compared with Sphinx/Jekyll builds.
- We like being able to mix markdown and executable codeblocks in training material.
In order to retain these features we created NBfancy to process initial notebooks into enriched Jupyter notebooks for interactive use by students, html pages for lesson material and pdfs for distribution as printouts (coming n a future release).
The documentation/tutorial is available online in rendered html
Contributions to NBfancy
If you would like to contribute to NBfancy please fork the repository and create a pull request against the development branch.
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