Seriously a Go give this guy a thumbs up, a tweet, a Huge Thanks for all the Time and Hassle it Saves !! 🙂
The script that worked for me is copied below, in case the link ever disappears from the web 😉
It’s that valuable !!
# For Jupyter 4.x, put the following in a file saved at ~/.jupyter/jupyter_notebook_config.py
# Restart Jupyter Notebook after saving this file. Viola !
# from: http://protips.maxmasnick.com/ipython-notebooks-automatically-export-py-and-html
# Based off of https://github.com/jupyter/notebook/blob/master/docs/source/extending/savehooks.rst import io import os from notebook.utils import to_api_path _script_exporter = None _html_exporter = None def script_post_save(model, os_path, contents_manager, **kwargs): """convert notebooks to Python script after save with nbconvert replaces `ipython notebook --script` """ from nbconvert.exporters.script import ScriptExporter from nbconvert.exporters.html import HTMLExporter if model['type'] != 'notebook': return global _script_exporter if _script_exporter is None: _script_exporter = ScriptExporter(parent=contents_manager) log = contents_manager.log global _html_exporter if _html_exporter is None: _html_exporter = HTMLExporter(parent=contents_manager) log = contents_manager.log # save .py file base, ext = os.path.splitext(os_path) script, resources = _script_exporter.from_filename(os_path) script_fname = base + resources.get('output_extension', '.txt') log.info("Saving script /%s", to_api_path(script_fname, contents_manager.root_dir)) with io.open(script_fname, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as f: f.write(script) # save html base, ext = os.path.splitext(os_path) script, resources = _html_exporter.from_filename(os_path) script_fname = base + resources.get('output_extension', '.txt') log.info("Saving html /%s", to_api_path(script_fname, contents_manager.root_dir)) with io.open(script_fname, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as f: f.write(script) c.FileContentsManager.post_save_hook = script_post_save
Answer on @Quora by Ellyse Taylor to What are 5 essential skills every Web Developer should have? http://qr.ae/RFlBop
A surprising answer is that a good portion is Exhaled !
Carbon in the form of respiration, when you exhale…!
glucose + Oxygen -> Water + Carbon Dioxide + Energy
For each bit of glucose converted to water and carbon dioxide,
40% – expells as carbon dioxide
60% – expells as water
Per pound of mass, approximately
84% leaves as H20 (60%+60%*40%) (sweat, urine,..)
16% leaves as CO2 (40%*40%) (breathing out, exhaling)
Every other Thursday, Elizabeth Stark from Brooklyn Supper will help you make salads you actually want to eat. Today: A fresh, multi-flavored noodle recipe that will show off the season’s prettiest produce. Rice noodles that you can make using the boil and steep method are essential for avoiding steamy kitchens.