Jupyter Notebook Repository for Q-Step Edinburgh
An introduction to Jupyter Notebooks - a quick-step towards literate computing and reproducible research
The material in the repository is designed for Edinburgh Q-Step students (http://www.q-step.ed.ac.uk/) who wish to use Jupyter Notebooks.
The material supports a Edinburgh Q-Step Workshop held in January 2017.
The Project Jupyter Website http://jupyter.org/
Install Jupyter http://jupyter.org/install.html
The Quickstart Guide to https://jupyter.readthedocs.io/en/latest/content-quickstart.html
The Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata http://www.indiana.edu/~jslsoc/web_workflow/wf_home.htm
Paper on the workflow in social science data analysis Gayle, V.J. and Lambert, P.S. (2017) The Workflow: A Practical Guide to Producing Accurate, Efficient, Transparent and Reproducible Social Survey Data Analysis. NCRM Working Paper http://eprints.ncrm.ac.uk/4000/
Literate Computing - a post from Fernando Perez's blog http://blog.fperez.org/2013/04/literate-computing-and-computational.html
Lorena Barba's web page http://lorenabarba.com/