r/IPython

6k subscribers
created in 2013
last scan 6/13/2019


If you have a question about IPython, (now Jupyter) the programming language written by scientists for scientists with an eye towards presentation, we want you here. If you have tips, Notebooks you want to share, or you want feedback we want you here. We welcome posts about the all versions of the IPython IDE, plus Markdown and LaTex. We discuss the popular libraries Mathplotlab, SciPy, NumPy, & SymPy. If you want to know about features like embedded video or animation check us out.
https://reddit.com/r/IPython/

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