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Tools to maintain a respository of Jupyter notebooks

Project description

nbpages

nbpages is a command line tool for managing a collection of Jupyter notebooks published on Github Pages. This project was inspired by the tools included with the Python Data Science Handbook by Jake Vanderplas.

Installation

pip install nbpages

To upgrade a previously installed version to the latest version

pip install nbpages --upgrade

Setting up the notebook repository

The first step in publishing a collection of notebooks on Github Pages is to create a repository on Github.com. Github Pages are enabled under the settings tab for the repository. Scroll down to the Github Pages heading and select master branch for the source. This is also a good time to select a theme for the published collection.

nbpages requires a local copy of the repository that can be created by cloning the remote repository. Then from the command line, navigate to the top level directory of the local repository and issue the command

nbpages --setup

Directories named notebooks and templates will be created if they do not already exist. A configuration file config will be created inside the directory using data read from the .git. Jinja templates README.md.jinja and notebook_header.jinja willed created if they don't already exist. These templates can be edited as required using data fields defined in config.

Notebook organization

Notebooks are maintained within the notebooks directory. Thare are organized into a chapter/section heirarchy using a filename prefix. Filenames have an nn.mm- prefix wherenn refers to the chapter number or, if a letter, to an Appendix. The digits mm refers to the section number. Section 00 is reserved to hold the chapter title and any introductory material. The notebooks must also have the usual .ipynb suffix.

Normal usage

Following setup, the normal use of nbpages is to execute the command line

nbpages

from the top level directory of the notebook repository. Normally this command would be between completing edits or additions to the notebooks and prior to a github commit. The command will

  • add or amend headers and navigation bars in all notebooks,
  • write a table of contents file
  • write a keyword index
  • write README.md using the template file

Utilities

To help achieve a consistent style over a collection of notebooks, use the command

nbpages --lint

to locate some forms of notebook 'lint'. A current list of additional features can be found

nbpages --help

Table of Contents

Keyword Index

Chapter 1.0 Style Guide

Chapter 2.0 Examples

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