Project Jupyter

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Project Jupyter
« on: July 02, 2021, 01:06:54 pm »
Project Jupyter

Now, this is a hell of a project I encountered these days. It shares similarities with Wolfram Notebook, but it can be connected to other languages like Julia, Python, R, Scala, and a lot of others, while Wolfram Notebook connects only to Wolfram Mathematica, I think. The idea is to mix in a textual document together with programmable output boxes that reflect math or statistic graphs or physical simulations or theorem proofs, or whatever else may fall into a scientific mind.



While Wolfram Notebook is a proprietary product, Project Jupyter is a kind of open-source tool, and as such, may track more attention from free-minded people. I believe projects like these will soon be a standard equipment in scientific labs (if not already now), as they may tie together scientific explanations (theoretical material) with experimental data (empirical material), providing researchers with a nice way to expose their discoveries, as a kind of interactive notebooks.

Homepage: https://jupyter.org/
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« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2021, 01:38:19 pm »
Interactive web page learning, is the coolest.   Educational pages with the java app going teach way better.

Theres a really awesome java app on the internet, thats bringing back a video game out of a machine learning thing,  I wish I could get the URL again, but thats too date, the most impressive thing Ive seen.

But the gan is pretty cool too,  but I still like this little red racing car going on a grey track with a green background, its beautiful and blurry, and runs really quick on even just a little laptop,  its amazing.

So where are deez robots? when u see such awesome things done in Ai...  things are not making sense...

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« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2021, 07:58:17 pm »
Jupyter rocks, definitely.

So, how about exp-log (or whatever current iteration) inside of Jupyter? Sounds very good to me.
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« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2021, 11:23:17 am »
I found out about Jupyter from OpenCog mailing list. They have recently thrown their eye on that beauty, wanting to get closer to fresh users, not to deal with all the command line usage and make-files madness. It could be the right direction, I think.
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