jn_import

Jupyter Notebooks Importing Tools


Keywords
jn_import, jn-import, jupyter notebook, jupyter
License
MIT
Install
pip install jn_import==0.4

Documentation

jn_import

Jupyter Notebooks Importing Tools

from jn_import import jn_import # import this module first
import notebook1, notebook2, ... # then you can import Jupyter/Ipython notebook files (notebook1.ipynb, notebook2.ipynb, ...)

Installation

$ pip install jn_import

Intellectual Property

This Module uses Python hooks importing machinery to help importing Jupyper/Ipython notebook files (.ipynb) as modules in Python scripts.

Jupyter Notbook Document offers the method.

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 Mao, Xin

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