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Convert Jupyter notebooks to PDF

Jupyter lab is the next-generation web-based UI experience for Jupyter notebook users. It facilitates a tab-based programming interface that is highly extensible and interactive. It supports 40+ programming languages. We have already discussed how we can use Jupyter notebooks for interactive data analysis with SQL Server. With the help of Jupyter notebooks, we can keep headings, comments, code, output, and advanced charts and visuals in a single document in an orderly fashion. It helps Data Scientists and Data Analysts to have highly interactive presentations. In case you have already installed Jupyter notebooks and want to know how we can change the home directory for Jupyter notebooks, visit the blog “Change Jupyter Notebook startup folder on Windows and Mac OS “. Let’s discuss how we can Convert Jupyter notebooks to PDF documents directly from the web-browser or using nbconvert command from command prompt.

Convert Jupyter notebooks to PDF

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Interactive Data Analysis with SQL Server using Jupyter Notebooks

In this post “Interactive Data Analysis with SQL Server using Jupyter Notebooks“, we will demonstrate how we can use Jupyter Notebooks for interactive data analysis with SQL Server. Jupyter notebooks are one of the most useful tools for any Data Scientist/Data Analyst. It supports 40+ programming languages and facilitates web-based interactive programming IDE. We can put comments, headings, codes, and output in one single document. This document maintains the context to the original data source which means we can re-execute the code whenever we need it. This feature facilitates Data scientists/Data analysts to play with the code during the presentations. Also, these notebooks are very handy in sharing and can be shared easily across the teams.

What is Jupyter Lab

Jupyter Lab is the next-generation web-based tool for Jupyter notebooks. It enables tab based programming model which is highly extensible. We can arrange multiple windows … More

Change Jupyter Notebook startup folder on Windows and Mac OS 1

Once we have installed the Jupyter notebook, we can start it by executing “jupyter notebook” command in the command prompt on a Windows machine or in the terminal on a Mac machine. Jupyter notebook is a very useful web-based application which can be used to write programs in many programming languages like Python, R, Scala, Julia, and etc. The notebooks created in jupyter can be shared easily with other users over email, Git, and DropBox. We can use jupyter notebooks to write code in an interactive mode which can be very handy to re-run individual snippets. It is nicely integrated with Big Data ecosystem and with cloud platforms also.

When we start the jupyter notebook server, it shows the notebooks from the current working directory from which the notebook server is started. That is why the default working directory of a Jupyter notebook server is … More