Re-run a notebook substituting input parameters in the first cell.
Choose input values for a notebook, and nbparameterise will run it and render to HTML
To use it, create a notebook, where the first code cell contains simple variable assignments of strings, numbers and booleans. Other cells after this should do computation based on these values, and display the results. See ‘Stock display’ for an example.
See the examples directory for some code using nbparameterise.
Nbparameterise is written in Python 3, but it can handle notebooks that use Python 2.