nblibrarian: a utility for fetching notebooks from a source repository
Tools for maintaining a library of Jupyter notebooks that are sourced from a “warehouse” of notebooks (another github repository).
You can install nblibrarian from pypi
pip install nblibrarian
or from source
git clone https://github.com/lheagy/nblibrarian cd nblibrarian pip install -e .
There are two files that you need in order to configure nblibrarian:
The .library-config.yml file specifies details of the source repository and if you would like to include the environment.yml file and / or the requirements.txt file. (We recommend you download at least one of these). The structure of the .library-config.yml is as follows:
# information about the source library source: github: user: geoscixyz # github username or organization repo: geosci-labs # github repository branch: master # [optional] branch to fetch material from directory: notebooks # [optional] directory where the notebooks are in the repository - including it will speed up the search for the desired notebooks # setup options for the library setup: environment: environment.yml # [optional] include the environment.yml from the source requirements: requirements.txt # [optional] include the requirements.txt file
The .jupyter-include file describes which notebooks you would like included in your library. It follows the same syntax as a .gitignore file.
# this is a comment # dc resistivity notebooks/dcip/DCIP_2D_Overburden_Pseudosections.ipynb # you can specify the full path notebooks/dcip/DC_Building_Pseudosections # also without the .ipynb extension DC_Cylinder_2D.ipynb # or just specify the notebook name # em /em/EM_Pipeline.ipynb em/EM_ThreeLoopModel.ipynb em/*Sphere*.ipynb # includes all notebooks in a directory called em with "Sphere" in the title # magnetics mag/*.ipynb # includes all notebooks in the mag directory # inversion inversion # includes notebooks in the inversion directory
Once you have specified the .library-config.yml and the .jupyter-include, you can run nblibrarian from the command line to download the files you specified.
There are also a few options, to run in verbose mode use
If you ever want to update your library, you can always alter the .jupyter-include and re-run nblibrarian. By default, it will not overwrite your current notebooks. If you do want it to overwrite them, then run
If you would like to specify the path to the jupyter include and config files (for example if you put them in a different directory), then use
nblibrarian --config=.library-config.yml --jupyter-include=.jupyter-include
If you run into any bugs, questions or problems using nblibrarian, please create an issue on github.
This work is Licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License.
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