[IPython-User] IPython used for peer-reviewed articles, examples

Thomas Kluyver takowl@gmail....
Wed Feb 20 09:55:42 CST 2013


I recall this paper from a few months back:
http://ged.msu.edu/papers/2012-diginorm/

There's a link to an HTML version of the notebook, and under 'pipeline
notes' it gives instructions to set up an Amazon instance to replicate
their analysis.

Thomas


On 20 February 2013 15:37, Stian Håklev <shaklev@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'll be speaking at Ignite Alberta on Friday about open access and open
> science. I wonder if there are any examples of people using IPython to
> write peer-reviewed articles, and then publishing their notebooks (on
> GitHub, ideally with the data or NBviewer etc) after publication - so that
> other people can see their calculations, experiment with other statistical
> analysis etc? I am planning to include some examples with R and Knitr, and
> would love to include an example with IPython as well. I looked at the
> (amazing) index of IPython Notebooks, but it's mostly tutorials or
> experiments (still highly useful, but not quite what I was looking for).
>
> Thanks!
> Stian
>
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