USING Jupyter notebookS

the GLAM Workbench

A Jupyter notebook

Two types of cells

text

code

EDITING Text cells

  • double click a text cell to start editing
  • hit shift+enter when you've finished editing, to display the formatted text

formatting Text cells

CODE CELL

code cells are in a box

CODE CELLS CAN DO THINGS!

  • code cells can be run to perform actions
  • it's the ability to run real, live code in your browser that makes Jupyter so useful

RUNNING a code cell

  • click on the cell to activate it
  • hit shift+enter to run it
  • yep, it's really that simple...

WHAT JUST HAPPENED?

the code cell ran & produced this output

WHAT JUST HAPPENED?

INDICATES the cell has been run

EDITING a code cell

  • click on a code cell to start editing
  • when you've finished, hit shift+enter to run

SUMMING UP THE BASICS

  • click on cells to edit
  • hit shift+enter to run

Add a new cell

  • click on + in the notebook menu
  • choose the cell type from the dropdown

Save

DELETE A CELL

COPY A CELL

PASTE

WHEN THINGS GO WRONG

  • error messages are your friend 😀
  • if you have 'Name Errors' make sure you've run all the cells above the current one

NEXT STEPS

Created by Tim Sherratt for the

GLAM Workbench.

 

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Using Jupyter notebooks

By Tim Sherratt

Using Jupyter notebooks

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