nbinteract - Create interactive webpages from Jupyter Notebooks

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nbinteract is a Python package that creates interactive webpages from Jupyter notebooks. nbinteract also has built-in support for interactive plotting. These interactions are driven by data, not callbacks, allowing authors to focus on the logic of their programs. Currently, nbinteract is in an alpha stage because of its quickly-changing API.




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