Interactive Jupyter notebooks for Microsoft Cognitive Services
This repository contains Jupyter notebooks that illustrate various features of Microsoft Cognitive Services.
How to run notebooks
- The simplest way to run the samples is via MyBinder by clicking on
- If you have a Microsoft LiveID, you can also run the notebooks on Azure notebooks by clicking on .
- To run notebooks on a local Jupyter installation:
- Clone the repo:
git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/cognitive-services-notebooks.git
- Go into the samples directory:
- Install the required packages:
pip install -r requirements.txtor
conda install --file requirements.txt
- Start Jupyter notebooks:
- Clone the repo:
How to generate markdown
While you can use
jupyter nbconvert --to-markdown to convert the notebooks to Markdown, you can also use the tool
notebook_to_markdown in the tools directory as follows:
python notebook_to_markdown.py notebook_name [--output-dir output_directory]
notebook_to_markdown generates self-contained markdown files by replacing image references with inlined base64-encoded images. Therefore, HTML output generated from the resulting markdown files are also fully self-contained.
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