A gallery of interesting Jupyter Notebooks

GitHub, Nov 24, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This, or something like this, defines at least in part where we're headed with digital learning resources (formerly known as learning objects). This web page provides links to several dozen 'notebooks' - these are files that can be run on an application called Jupyter Notebooks. You can also view them in your web browser. But running them in the notebook allows you to change and execute the code visible in cells throughout the page. So it's a web page you can reprogram on the fly. Jupyter Notebooks runs on Python, and is included as part of the Anaconda Python distribution, though there are other ways of getting it as well. You can also create Notebooks in other languages, including Perl and Ruby. The examples here show running code for everything from data analytics to neural networks.

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