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The very best notebooks for getting yourself organized

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Whether you want to get more done every day--have you heard of bullet journaling?--or are trying to be more organized at work, school, or home, a notebook you cherish can be the difference between a happy hum of productivity and, well, watching another episode Boston Legal. There are notebooks of all shapes and sizes laying around our office. We've got a passionate group over here, with strong preferences for certain pages, bindings, and paper weights. Some like dotted pages, others want those straight ruler lines. A smaller faction prefer the rigid structure of a grid.


How to Use Jupyter Notebook in 2020: A Beginner's Tutorial

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The Jupyter Notebook is an incredibly powerful tool for interactively developing and presenting data science projects. This article will walk you through how to use Jupyter Notebooks for data science projects and how to set it up on your local machine. First, though: what is a "notebook"? A notebook integrates code and its output into a single document that combines visualizations, narrative text, mathematical equations, and other rich media. In other words: it's a single document where you can run code, display the output, and also add explanations, formulas, charts, and make your work more transparent, understandable, repeatable, and shareable.


Jupyter Notebook Cheat sheet

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In this post I am going to discuss how quickly you can program in Jupyter notebook. If you are new to Jupyter notebook, this cheat sheet will guide to remember some important shortcut of notebook. We will see the important shortcut keys that will help you to write code in faster and supper simple manner. Why do we use Jupyter? We prefer to write code in python because we want to code in efficiently and fast.


How to improve your workflow with VS Code and Jupyter Notebook

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I love VS Code and I love Jupyter Notebooks . Both excel at their own world. But to improve my workflow I had to create a bridge between their worlds. Data Scientists love Jupyter notebooks. They are the best for creating reproducible experiments.


This colorful, $22 journal could be your secret to happiness

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Have you ever met someone who's just naturally happy, like, all the time? Despite the universe's best efforts to bring them down, they're carefree and hopeful and all sparkly inside, always walking around with a pep in their step. They're the Tiggers in a world of Eeyores, so to speak. And sure, these people can come off as a bit naïve sometimes, but admit it: There's always a part of you that's thinking, "What are they doing that I'm not?" Spoiler alert: Sometimes becoming happier is as simple as just *trying* to be happier -- as in, dedicating a few minutes each day to practicing optimism and gratitude. Corso.com, the company that brought you the productivity-boosting Mindful Notebook, just made that real easy with its new happiness-themed notebook.