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The official conversion tool of the Jupyter project. It can be used to convert notebooks to HTML, LaTeX and many other formats.
--execute flag can be used to automatically execute notebooks before conversion.
Notebooks can be included in
*.rst files with a custom
notebook directive. Uses
nbconvert to execute notebooks and to convert the result to HTML.
No LaTeX support.
There are some forks:
Build a tested, sphinx-based website from notebooks.
A workflow for creating and editing publication ready scientific reports and presentations, from one or more Jupyter Notebooks, without leaving the browser!
Create an online book with Jupyter Notebooks and Jekyll
A collection of tools for working with Jupyter Notebooks in Sphinx.
The primary tool this package provides is a Sphinx parser for
ipynb files. This allows you to directly convert Jupyter Notebooks into Sphinx documents. It relies heavily on the
`MyST parser <https://github.com/ExecutableBookProject/myst_parser>`__.
Create interactive webpages from Jupyter Notebooks
nbconvert template for LaTeX output.
Notebook to reStructuredText converter which uses a modified version of the matplotlib
A Sphinx role for IPython notebooks
nbsphinx, but supports notebooks outside the Sphinx source directory.
See https://github.com/spatialaudio/nbsphinx/pull/33 for some limitations.
nbconvert to create a sequence of HTML or a concatenated LaTeX file from a sequence of notebooks.
Converting Notebooks to reStructuredText
https://gist.github.com/hadim/16e29b5848672e2e497c (not available anymore)
Converting reStructuredText to Notebooks
Converting Notebooks to HTML for Blog Posts
Further Posts and Issues
https://mail.scipy.org/pipermail/ipython-user/2013-December/013490.html (not available anymore)