A notebook interface for wxpython
Pynotebook is a an interactive shell for python, similar to the python command line but much nicer to work with. Notebooks can contain python code together with output and documentation. Nootebooks are a pleasent way to develop python code and to document and store your ideas.
The “notebook” concept originally appeared with the program Mathematica and became famous for python with the iPython/Jupyter project. Unlike iPython, pynotebook does not need a webbrowser, c extensions or anything except python and wxPython . Pynotebook runs out of the box and is therefore easy to embed and distribute.
Most notable features of pynotebook are:
- syntax highlighting
- command completion (tab-key)
- builtin graphics
- plotting via matplotlib
Pynotebook can be used as stand alone application (pynb) or as a widget in wx programs.
There are a couple of demo applications:
- the pynb application
- a plotting demo
- a notebook interface to Gnu R
Do in a console:
python ./setup.py build
and then as root:
python ./setup.py install
This will install the pynb application and the pynotebook module.
To open a notebook:
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