Books with Jupyter ¶
Jupyter Book is an open source project for building beautiful, publication-quality books and documents from computational material.
Here are some of the features of Jupyter Book:
Execute notebook cells, then format and insert the latest outputs into your book. Cache outputs to save time in re-building later. Even save notebook outputs and insert them into other pages.
This documentation is organized into a few major sections.
Tutorials are step-by-step introductory guides to Jupyter Book.
Topic Guides cover specific areas in more depth, and are organized as discrete “how-to” sections.
Reference sections describe the API/syntax/etc of Jupyter Book in detail.
This website is built with Jupyter Book! Explore the chapters to the left to learn more!
Learn more and get involved
- 💡 Open an issue
We track enhancement requests, bug-reports, and to-do items via GitHub issues.
- 💬 Join the discussion
We have community discussions, talk about ideas, and share general questions and feedback in our community forum.
- 👍 Vote for new features
The community provides feedback by adding a 👍 reaction to issues in our repositories. You can find a list of the top issues in the Executable Books issue leader board.
- 🙌 Join the community
Jupyter Book is developed by the Executable Books community. We welcome anyone to join us in improving Jupyter Book and helping one another learn and create their books. To join, check out our contributing guide.
Find the right documentation resources¶
Here are a few pointers to help you get started.
Many thanks to the Sloan Foundation, which provides support for the Executable Books Project.