What is Jupynotex?
A Jupyter Notebook to LaTeX translator to include whole or partial notebooks in your papers.
A TeX package that you can use in your project to include Jupyter Notebooks (all of them, or some specific cells) as part of your text.
It will convert the Jupyter Notebook format to proper LaTeX so it gets included seamless, supporting text, latex, images, etc.
How To Use?
All you need to do is include the
jupynotex.sty files in your LaTeX project, and use the package from your any of your
After that, you can include a whole Jupyter Notebook in your file just specifying it's file name:
If you do not want to include it completely, you can optionally specify which cells:
The cells specification can be numbers separated by comma, or ranges using dashes (defaulting to first and last if any side is not included).
- include the whole foobar notebook:
- include just the cell #7:
- include cells 1, 3, and 6, 7, and 8 from the range:
- include everything up to the fourth cell, and the eigth:
- include the cell number 3, and from 12 to the notebook's end
example directory in this project.
There you will find an example
example.tex file that includes cells from that notebook in different ways, and a
Play with it. Enjoy.
You need Python 3 in your system, and the tcolorbox module in your LaTeX toolbox.
Feedback & Development
Please open any issue or ask any question here.
To run the tests (need to have fades installed):
This material is subject to the Apache 2.0 license.
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jupynotex – Include whole or partial Jupyter notebooks in LaTeX documents
This package provides a python3 script and a LaTeX .sty file which can be used together to include Jupyter Notebooks (all of them, or some specific cells) as part of a LaTeX document.
It will convert the Jupyter Notebook format to proper LaTeX so it gets included seamlessly, supporting text, LaTeX, images, etc.
|Licenses||Apache License, version 2.0|
|Copyright||2020 Facundo Batista|
|Contained in||TeX Live as jupynotex|
MiKTeX as jupynotex