[Purdue-pm] using Perl 6 in Jupyter notebooks
Mark Senn
mark at purdue.edu
Mon Jan 22 07:09:54 PST 2018
The
USING PERL 6 NOTEBOOK IN BINDER
blog article at
https://sumdoc.wordpress.com/2018/01/04/using-perl-6-notebooks-in-binder
describes how to use Perl 6 in Jupyter notebooks. I understand LaTeX document
preparation system can be included in these notebooks but haven't figured out
how to do it yet.
I really like the "literate programming" technique of putting code, code
comments, and scientific exposition using normal mathematical notation,
figures, and tables in the same input file. It makes it so much easier
to explain things.
By the way, I like Jupyter notebooks better than the default Mathematica
technical computing environment notebooks and have already suggested to
the makers of Mathematica, Wolfram Research, that they use notebooks
where Wolfram Language (the Mathematica coding language) and LaTeX
document preparation input can both be used.
-mark
NOTE TO SELF:
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Jupyter
Jupyter notebooks
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Mathematica notebooks
Perl
Perl 6
Perl notebook
Perl 6 notebook
Wolfram
Wolfram language
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