[IPython-dev] Including notebooks in a wiki

Thomas Kluyver takowl at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 13:43:57 EDT 2014

Hi Jon,

One way would be to write a dokuwiki exporter for nbconvert. You could base
it on the rst exporter:

However, pandoc doesn't appear to be able to convert markdown to dokuwiki,
so you'd need to find another tool to do that.

Alternatively, you could use a dokuwiki plugin to render pages from a
format that notebooks can be exported to, e.g. markdown:

Or, going one step further, you could write a dokuwiki plugin to handle
notebook files directly. But yuck, PHP.


On 2 July 2014 09:43, Jon Wilson <jsw at fnal.gov> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Having gotten a nice anaconda setup working including pandoc, I've
> naturally been asked to document it on our wiki, both use and the
> procedure I went through to set it up.  In order to showcase how it
> works and how it can be used to load and analyze CDMS data, I was
> thinking of including a notebook that I wrote that does exactly that.
> I know that people regularly include notebooks in blogs, (e.g.
> jakevdp.github.io (nice blog btw!)).  Does anyone have experience
> including a notebook in a wiki?  The wiki in question is dokuwiki, but I
> expect that a solution for one wiki syntax wouldn't be too difficult to
> translate to another wiki syntax.
> Regards,
> Jon
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