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Share Jupyter Notebooks with Just One Click!

Gryd is making super easy to share Jupyter Notebooks! You can share Jupyter Notebooks now with just one click! If you’re new to Jupyter Notebooks, check out Project Jupyter’s site to learn more. How to Share Jupyter Notebooks When you have your Jupyter Notebook opened in Gryd, simply click the “Published Notebook” button in the […]

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5 Reasons Why Jupyter Notebooks are Perfect for Teaching

Not only are Jupyter notebooks a great tool for developers and data scientists, they are also perfect for teaching. TL;DR: Jupyter notebooks are perfect for teaching because: They eliminate the complexity of getting started. They facilitate rapid iteration and hence faster learning. They allow embedding of support content right next to code cells. They can […]

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Autograding Using Jupyter Notebooks

Did you know you could use Jupyter notebooks to create and autograding assignments? The community developed tool nbgrader provides a low level API that can be used to create assignment notebooks that can be distributed to students. After the students submit the completed assignments, they can be graded automatically! Without further ado, to see how […]

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Course Management for Jupyter Notebooks

Jupyter notebooks are not only a great tool for developers and data scientists, they are also perfect to teaching. They can largely eliminate the complexity of getting started, especially for beginners, by giving students a ready to use environment. This allows students to focus on logic and syntax as opposed to the details of settings […]

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Cloud Jupyter Notebooks Made Easy

Why are we offering cloud Jupyter notebooks? If you use Jupyter or IPython notebooks for your business or for working on assignments or research work, you are probably familiar with the challenges that come with setting up a stable Jupyter system on a machine. Some of these challenges include: managing packages and multiple versions of […]

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