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Jupyter Notebooks – a publishing format for reproducible computational workflows
Last updated at 8:43 am UTC on 22 June 2019

Authors: Thomas Kluyver, Benjamin Ragan-Kelley, Fernando Pérez, Brian Granger, Matthias Bussonnier, Jonathan Frederic, Kyle Kelley, Jessica Hamrick, Jason Grout, Sylvain Corlay, Paul Ivanov, Damián Avila, Safia Abdalla, Carol Willing, Jupyter Development Team

Pages: 87 - 90
DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-649-1-87
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It is increasingly necessary for researchers in all fields to write computer code, and in order to reproduce research results, it is important that this code is published. We present Jupyter notebooks, a document format for publishing code, results and explanations in a form that is both readable and executable. We discuss various tools and use cases for notebook documents.

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Jupyter notebooks overview