This section covers the different ways to share and publish Notebooks.
Notebooks can be converted from
.ipynb to other static formats, such as HTML, LaTeX, PDF, Markdown, reStructured Text, and others. This enables:
The simplest way to do this is to click on
File > Download as from the Notebook interface. For programmatic conversion of notebooks, and for more control over the layout and appearance, you may want to use the nbconvert command-line utility.
Binder is a service that allows users to share runnable Notebooks. Binder allows you to specify the environment (libraries, packages, etc.,) required for a Notebook to run, and makes this environment available to others through the browser. These Notebooks can be run by others on a public cluster (provided by Binder itself), or a private one that you can configure for use with Binder.