Repository that contains files and example Jupyter notebook demonstrating PODPAC usage.
Run Examples on Binder
Binder is a service to run Jupyter Notebooks without any setup. Click the link below to launch the PODPAC Examples binder:
Run Examples Locally
To run examples locally, you must have a working version of PODPAC installed
- Clone or download this repository to your computer
- Browse to the location of the
- Launch a JupyterLab session
$ jupyter lab
Viewing Markdown in JupterLab
To make a Markdown (.md) file more readable in JupyterLab (.e.g this README.md file):
- Right-click the text editor
- Select 'Show Markdown Preview'
A new window will open and show a nicely rendered version of the file.
The official documentation can be found here, or from the help menu at the top of the JupyterLab browser window.
To launch an example:
- Browse to an example using the file-browser on the left panel
- Double-click the file
- From the top menu, select
Run --> Run All
There are multiple useful keyboard shortcuts, as shown below. For example, for evaluating cells in the notebook:
Ctrl-Enter: Evaluate current cell
Shift-Enter: Evaluate current cell and select the next cell
Alt-Enter: Evaluate current cell and create a new cell after it
Where to go from here
- The Introduction notebook introduces the PODPAC library and some Python basics
notebooks/basic_examplesfolder contains notebooks with some basic examples
notebooks/demosfolder contains notebooks with some more involved examples
notebooks/developerfolder contains notebooks with technical implementation details for developers
notebooks/presentationsfolder contains notebooks of presentations given at various workshops, conferences, science team meetings, and other venues
datafolder contains raw datafiles used for some of the examples.