Presentation created with Jupyter Notebook is exported to an HTML file. It is interactive, thanks to the Reveal.js library. There are several options to publish HTML presentations in the cloud.
5 ways to publish Jupyter Notebook Presentation
November 03, 2022 by Aleksandra Płońska, Piotr Płoński Jupyter Presentation
2 ways to convert Jupyter Notebook Presentation to PDF slides
October 27, 2022 by Aleksandra Płońska, Piotr Płoński Jupyter Presentation
Jupyter Notebook can be used to create data-rich presentations. They can be presented as interactive slideshow thanks to Reveal.js library. What if you would like to export it to PDF slides? I will show you two approaches that you can use to export Jupyter Notebook presentation into PDF slides.
3 ways to hide code in Jupyter Notebook Presentation
October 17, 2022 by Aleksandra Płońska, Piotr Płoński Jupyter Presentation
Creating a Jupyter Notebook presentation is a great way to share your data-rich results. All your plots and results are already in slides. There is no need to copy results between Jupyter Notebook and software for presentation manually. The slideshow is a preferred way to share results with non-technical stakeholders. The code in the slides might scare them. How to hide code in a presentation generated from Jupyter Notebook? We will show you 3 approaches to hiding code in the slides.
Create Parameterized Presentation in Jupyter Notebook
October 05, 2022 by Aleksandra Płońska, Piotr Płoński Jupyter Presentation
Presentation created with Jupyter Notebook is a great way to show your results computed based on data. Wouldn’t it be amazing if there were a way to parameterize presentation with interactive widgets? There is an open-source framework called Mercury that can serve Jupyter Notebook presentations with interactive widgets. Users can recompute charts and values in slides during watching the presentation.
Create Presentation from Jupyter Notebook
October 04, 2022 by Aleksandra Płońska, Piotr Płoński Jupyter Presentation
Presentation is a great way to share your results and findings with a nontechnical audience. The data-rich presentation with charts, tables, and code may be tedious to create. You need to copy-paste each image into traditional presentation software manually. What if you need to update all charts because your supervisor or manager asked for them? Ugh… again, a lot of work … Don’t worry, there is a solution for your pain! You can create a presentation directly from Jupyter Notebook. The presentation slides can be constructed from single, multi-code or Markdown cells. The cell’s code can be hidden in the presentation (to not scare nontechnical viewers). The final slides can be shared as a website or converted to a PDF file. Some frameworks allow you to parameterize the presentation with widgets making it interactive.