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!
Jupyter Book is an open source project for building beautiful, publication-quality books and documents from computational material.
Previous tagline: “Create an online book with Jupyter Notebooks and Jekyll”: https://legacy.jupyterbook.org/
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)