How to Interact With This Book

This book was created with Jupyter Book, an open-source project for designing online interactive books that contain code and other computational material.

Below the interactive features of this Jupyter Book are explained in further detail. Most interactive features can be found in the toolbar at the top of the page.

Open Jupyter Notebook in the Cloud

You can open most pages from this book in the cloud and run the code live. Hover over the rocket icon at the top of the page and click “Binder” to open a version of the same page in the cloud.

Binder is a service that allows you to run Jupyter notebooks without any prior configuration or installation. It may take a few minutes for the Jupyter notebook to load, so be patient.

Download Jupyter Notebook

You can download any Jupyter notebook page from this book as a Jupyter notebook file (.ipynb). Hover over the download icon and click “.ipynb”

Attention

To work with this .ipynb file, you will need to have Jupyter installed and running on your own computer.

Download PDF

You can download any Jupyter notebook page from this book as a PDF file. Hover over the download icon and click “.pdf”

Make Full Screen

To make any page from this book full screen, click the full screen icon at the top of the page.

Open Issue on GitHub

If you run into any issues or would like to make a suggestion, you can open an issue on GitHub by hovering over the GitHub icon and clicking “open issue.”

You can also email me with issues or suggestions at melanie.walsh@cornell.edu

Click to Show Output/Code

Many of the pages in this book include hidden content. You can reveal the hidden content by clicking “Click to Show” beneath the cell on the right.

Revealing content is meant to replicate the experience of running code live.

print("Here's an example of hidden output! Click 'Click to Show' to see the output!")
Here's an example of hidden output! Click 'Click to Show' to see the output!
42 * 42
1764