Tutorials and Examples
Most of the documentation consists of notebooks that show BeakerX’s kernels and widgets in action.
Installation with Conda
conda create -y -n beakerx python=3.5 source activate beakerx conda install -y -c conda-forge ipywidgets conda install -y -c conda-forge beakerx
Start Jupyter with
and then use the “New” menu to create a notebook in the language of your choice.
Installation with Pip
You can also install BeakerX with pip.
pip install beakerx beakerx-install
Running with Docker
Docker is the most reliable way get run Jupyter and BeakerX since it’s completely self contained.
docker run -p 8888:8888 beakerx/beakerx
Beaker Notebooks Converter
You can convert classic Beaker Notebook files (with file suffix “.bkr”) to Jupyter Notebooks (with file suffix “.ipynb”) as follows:
python -m beakerx.bkr2ipynb *.bkr
Building and Contributing
We welcome developers to extend and improve BeakerX in ways that can benefit everyone. Please see the README for more information.