[IPython-dev] generating input cells dynamically
Zoltán Vörös
zvoros at gmail.com
Sat Mar 22 04:11:26 EDT 2014
But LaTeX has nothing to do with the problem. The question was, given an
empty notebook, how does one *generate* the following:
In [1]: plot(sin(1*x))
In [2]: plot(sin(2*x))
In [3]: plot(sin(3*x))
.
.
.
In [200]: plot(sin(200*x))
The 200 plots have to be in separate cells, so that their order can be
changed afterwards, e.g. I want to have an IPython notebook as we
understand it, but I would like to generate its content (executable
code) dynamically. Metaprogramming, if you wish.
Zoltán
On 22/03/14 00:28, Paul Hobson wrote:
> At this point, I have to wonder if it makes more sense to just write a
> small utility to build a LaTeX document for yourself.
> -paul
>
>
> On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 12:30 PM, Zoltán Vörös <zvoros at gmail.com
> <mailto:zvoros at gmail.com>> wrote:
>
> Hi Araron,
>
> Thanks for the suggestion! But the main problem was not how to run
> the notebook, but how to generate the code in the first place.
> Basically, I would like to have a notebook that writes itself.
> Once it's written, it can be run in many ways, as you pointed out.
>
> Cheers,
> Zoltán
>
> On 21/03/14 20:13, Aaron O'Leary wrote:
>>> Once you've generated the notebook, you could use runipy to run it without
>>> having to go through the noteboko UI:https://github.com/paulgb/runipy/
>> Or, if you're using IPython 2.0 you can do
>>
>> ipython -c "%run your_notebook.ipynb"
>>
>> from the command line. This is the same as opening it and clicking "run
>> all cells".
>>
>> aaron
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