IPython Notebooks in WordPress

7 thoughts on “IPython Notebooks in WordPress

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  2. This is an awesome solution. Worked just as advertised but I still have to test this out on Safari. Only problem, certain iPython notebooks I have when exported to HTML are 10s of M. Uploading several such notebooks can cause constraints on the hosting solution. I wish there was an on-the-fly execution mode.

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  4. Very nice solution, thank you. I have used your approach verbatim essentially to embed IPython Notebook results in my blog. Works fine for my use. I my tinker with it later to save space… Too much width under ‘In[1]’ ‘Out[1]’ etc… goes waste…

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