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#Jupyter & #Python people of Twitter, let me know what you think of this:
- Using Jupytext to have my notebooks in percent format, and still be able to work on them as normal notebooks. github.com/mwouts/jupytext
- In the code, I have defined classes and functions I might want to import somewhere else
- I'll also have stuff you'd have in a normal notebook: experiments, markdown, etc
- At the beginning of the notebook I have the following:
- For every block I want to run in "Jupyter mode", I precede it with `if ipython is not None:`
- Every block that isn't preceded by that is considered to be in "script/module mode".
- I can use this to have importable stuff, in the same place I have tests and experiments that explain and test its behaviour
- Bonus: I get to use my favourite IDE to write the bulk of my notebook
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