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Nodifly Python Library



To install the current release:

pip install --upgrade nodifly 


  • Python 2.7+ or Python 3.4+

Usage and Starting Out

The library needs to be configured with your account's secret key which is available in your Nodifly Settings.

After you register, grab your Access Key and Access Secret from the keys and tokens tab.

First, you'll want to import Nodifly

from nodifly.auth import NodiflyAuth


Now, you can create a Nodifly instance with your access key and access secret.


nodifly = NodiflyAuth(ACCESS_KEY, ACCESS_SECRET)

And then depending on if you're using terminal or in Jupyter notebooks, you can:


After including the instantiated Nodifly instance at the top of the

Within terminal you can call it as

nodifly - [text, record, email]

##Jupyter Notebooks

Within Jupyter Notebooks, you can use it in a per cell use case.

nodifly.nodifly(alias='YOUR_ALIAS', kind='text, record, email')


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Questions and Comments

We're actively looking to improve and expand Nodifly - if you have any questions or suggestions, please don't hesitate to reach us at

Thank you!

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