Using Jupyter Notebooks

In this step-by-step course, you learn how to get started with The Jupyter Notebook, an open source web application that you can use to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations, and text.

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Martin likes automation, goofy jokes, and snakes, so he thinks that the Python community is a good place to be. He enjoys learning and exploring and is up for talking about it, too. He writes and records content for Real Python and CodingNomads.

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Participant Comments

azmathias on Nov. 7, 2019

Thank you for the excellent tutorial. Will be using the extensions knowledge I have gained in future development.

Milan NIkolic on May 21, 2019

Thank you for a nice and brief tutorial. Great one!

carzap96 on April 20, 2019

Thanks for the quick tutorial

Vincenzo Fiorentini on March 27, 2019

This was quite useful. I noticed that the pdf export does not render well some of the markdown; may be it’d be preferable to export to html and then print to pdf from there.

Great course, anyway !

NotoriousBiagi on March 23, 2019

Really excellent materials in this course. I’m planning to leverage Jupyter Notebook for conducting an introductory Python course for a corporate workshop. Thanks for all the intel. One note, that the title of this video needs a trivial update to become Jupyter Notebook Menu Items. In this instance, the video header presently says Jupyer. Thanks!

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