Wed Nov 28 16:11:02 CST 2012
I am collecting notebook examples, and included some from your list:
so far this one is my favorite coming from a science background:
especially the picture of a little girl at the very end
On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 4:04 PM, Matthias BUSSONNIER <
> Hi Denis,
> The way nbviewer works is maybe badly advertised.
> It does not offer a way to search.
> It does not store anything and has no idea of what user see through it.
> The point it just.
> -> you give it a url to a ipynb file.
> -> It render it as html for you and show it.
> If the file on the url update, the view update (10 min lag because of
> Gist are added as convenience (because we find them great) and can be
> multi files/ browsable.
> We also have a 'github' version which allows you to browse github repos.
> Of course we plan on improving it, and simplify sharing, but this require
> resources we do not have.
> Nbviewer started as a week-end hack, a post on the ML for a proof of
> concept, and hasn't much changed since then,
> except by the fact that people use it.
> One of the other reason nbviewer is stagnating is because it rely on
> modify version nbconvert, and I refuse myself to work
> on nbviewer as long as nbconvert is not usable as-is for nbviewer.
> As a consolation, here are the list of the most requested url in the last
> 2 weeks (xxx) = nrequest
> (197) http://nbviewer.ipython.org/3962843
> (175) http://nbviewer.ipython.org/3835181
> http://nbviewer.ipython.org/urls/raw.github.com/fperez/blog/master/120907-Bloggingwith the IPython Notebook.ipynb
> (163) http://nbviewer.ipython.org/2352771
> (106) http://nbviewer.ipython.org/4042018
> (98) http://nbviewer.ipython.org/4121857
> (68) http://nbviewer.ipython.org/3914904
> (64) http://nbviewer.ipython.org/4052828
> Le 28 nov. 2012 à 21:30, Dennis Daniels a écrit :
> > I just found out about http://nbviewer.ipython.org/
> > It says I can browse notebooks but the search requires a URL or gist
> number... makes it kind of hard to browse if I don't know what is inside...
> > Searches for things like
> > -tutorial
> > -lesson
> > -how to
> > -for loops
> > -scipy
> > failed ...
> > I love the idea of sharing the NBs but... the site doesn't offer much in
> the way for casual users to see the NB coolness without knowing exactly
> where NBs are located.
> > Further, it says I can upload my own NBs ... but I don't see an upload
> > Are there plans for making the http://nbviewer.ipython.org/ a little
> more like a library and less like a lock box(insert key/url here)?
> > many thanks
> > Dennis
> > lost and found:
> > 0018586833669 (google)
> > GoogleTalk: dennisgdaniels
> > skype: dennisdaniels
> > 0015047227525 (only emergencies)
> > EOF
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