scrapbook - A library for recording and reading data in notebooks.

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THE scrapbook library records a notebook’s data values and generated visual content as "scraps". Recorded scraps can be read at a future time. Notebook users may wish to record data produced during a notebook's execution. This recorded data, scraps, can be used at a later time or passed in a workflow to another notebook as input.



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