nbformat: Jupyter Notebook Format
nbformat contains the reference implementation of the Jupyter Notebook format,
and Python APIs for working with notebooks.
There is also a JSON Schema for nbformat versions >= 3.
From the command line:
pip install nbformat
Using a different json schema validator
fastjsonschema by default. To use
jsonschema instead, set the environment variable
NBFORMAT_VALIDATOR to the value
Python Version Support
This library supported Python 2.7 and Python 3.5+ for
4.x.x releases. With Python 2's end-of-life nbformat
5.x.x supported Python 3 only. Support for Python 3.x versions will be dropped when they are officially sunset by the python organization.
Read CONTRIBUTING.md for guidelines on how to setup a local development environment and make code changes back to nbformat.
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