jupynotex – Include whole or partial Jupyter notebooks in LaTeX documents
This package provides a python3 script and a LaTeX .sty file which can be used together to include Jupyter Notebooks (all of them, or some specific cells) as part of a LaTeX document.
It will convert the Jupyter Notebook format to proper LaTeX so it gets included seamlessly, supporting text, LaTeX, images, etc.
|Licenses||Apache License, version 2.0|
|Copyright||2020 Facundo Batista|
|Contained in||TeX Live as jupynotex|
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