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1M Jupyter notebooks analyzed

Episode #171, published Sun, Jul 29, 2018, recorded Fri, Jul 6, 2018.

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Jupyter notebooks have transformed the way many developers and data scientists do their jobs. They offer a platform to not just explore but to explain data and computation.

But how are they *really* being used? Adam Rule is here to describe his research (and Ph.D. dissertation) which analyzed over 1M Juypter notebooks found in the wild.

Links from the show

Adam Rule: adamrule.com
1 Million Notebooks Paper (official): dl.acm.org
1 Million Notebooks Paper (pre-print): adamrule.com/files
Analysis Notebooks for Paper: github.com/
Dataset for Paper: library.ucsd.edu
Atlantic Article - The Scientific Paper is Obsolete: theatlantic.com
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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Adam Rule
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Adam Rule is a Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher and recent PhD graduate with the Design Lab at UC San Diego. His work explores how people use computational notebooks like Jupyter Notebook to analyze data and share their results.
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