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Multilingual Notebook

Although data science, artificial intelligence, or Web 2.0. are the new buzzword, Jupyter Notebooks are revolutionizing in the sense that it is an open-source web project, a piece of software that allows data scientists to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text. Originally called IPython Notebook, it’s built to write and share code and text, within the domain of a web page. Even though Jupyter has its roots in Python (it evolved from IPython Notebooks), it is now multi-lingual. In fact the name itself comes from 3 languages: Ju(lia)+Py(thon)+(e)R and  Jupyter kernels now extends to 80 more languages. They are very convenient in the senses that have become a standard for data analysis and scientific research, allows us to publish our narratives in many formats, from live online notebooks to slide decks; and it simplifies the problem of distributing employed software to coworkers and associates.

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