Powered By Jupyter: A Survey of the Project Ecosystem

Project Jupyter has a large and growing developer community, one that both includes and extends beyond the Jupyter org on GitHub. In this post, we’ll take a walk through the wonderful things people are building based on Jupyter technology today. The Jupyter Notebook is the most well-known application in the Jupyter ecosystem. It is a web-based environment for combining text, […]

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Jupyter Notebooks as RESTful Microservices

“Data science enables the creation of data products.” – Mike Loukides in What is data science? Data products take on many forms. Web articles, dashboard applications, and cloud services are all common vehicles for delivering value from data. Tools that help produce artifacts such as these are a necessary part of any data mining methodology. In the Project Jupyter ecosystem, many […]

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Dynamic Dashboards from Jupyter Notebooks

A Jupyter notebook is an excellent means of capturing code, text, widgets, graphics, and other rich media in a computational narrative that distills data into insights. Today, notebook authors can share their notebooks for others to view and run in the Jupyter Notebook web application. Authors can also transform their notebooks into a variety of static formats for ease-of-viewing in […]

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Jupyter Notebooks in IBM Emerging Technology

Jupyter Notebook (née IPython Notebook) is a web-based environment for interactive computing and reproducible research. You can write code in a notebook in your web browser, run it with the click of a button, and see its output right in your browser. The tight feedback loop between coding and exploration — and the ability to include Markdown text, web media, […]

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