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Jupyter Notebook

  • Documenting Notebook using Markdown
  • Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and narrative text.
  • It is used for data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, data visualization, machine learning, and much more.

Headings

Use the number sign (#) followed by a blank space for notebook titles and section headings:

for titles

for major headings

for subheadings

for 4th level subheadings

Emphasis

Use the following code to emphasize text: 1. Bold text: string or string 2. Italic text: string or string

Mathematical symbols

  1. Surround mathematical symbols with a dollar sign ($), for example: $ mathematical symbols $

Line breaks

Sometimes markdown doesn’t make line breaks when you want them. To force a linebreak, use the following code:

Bullets

  • To create a circular bullet point, use one of the following methods. Each bullet point must be on its own line.
  • A hyphen (-) followed by one or two spaces, for example: - Bulleted item
  • A space, a hyphen (-) and a space, for example: - Bulleted item
  • An asterisk (*) followed by one or two spaces, for example: * Bulleted item
  • To create a sub bullet, press Tab before entering the bullet point using one of the methods described above. For example:
  • Main bullet point - Sub bullet point

Internal links

  • To link to a section within your notebook, use the following code: Section title