Build beautiful, publication-quality books and documents from computational content.
Structure books with text files and Jupyter Notebooks with minimal configuration.
Write MyST Markdown to create enriched documents with publication-quality features.
Execute notebook cells, store results, and insert outputs across pages.
Connect your book with Binder, JupyterHub, and other live environments
Share your built books via web services and hosted websites.
Create interactive and web-native components and services.
This documentation is organized into a few major sections.
Tutorials are step-by-step introductory guides to Jupyter Book.
Topic Guides cover specific areas in more depth, and are organized as discrete “how-to” sections.
Reference sections describe the API/syntax/etc of Jupyter Book in detail.
Built with Jupyter Book
Below are some books that have been built with Jupyter Book.
You can find more in the Jupyter Book Gallery.
The textbook used by UC Berkeley’s popular Data 8 class.
A free online book to teach computational economics with open source tools.
A guidebook for best-practices in reproducible and community-driven science.
A large online course for machine learning with the PyData stack.
Interactive data visualization with Python, as taught at the University of Washington.
A book describing how to create and use modern packages in the Python ecosystem.
Solving geographic data problems with modern open source tools.
Connect with us
We are an international open source community that welcomes discussion, feedback, and contributions of many kinds.
Here are a few ways to connect more with us.
We have community discussions, talk about ideas, and share general questions and feedback in our community forum.
Provides feedback by adding a 👍 reaction to issues in our repositories.
You can find a list of the top issues in the Executable Books issue leader board.
We welcome anyone to join us in improving Jupyter Book and helping one another learn and create their books.
To join, check out our contributing guide.
Jupyter Book is developed by the Executable Books community.
Check out our community documentation to learn more about us and how we work.