There is a little trick I just found about, which I think can be very useful when you split tasks across different notebooks.
Most people choose Jupyter when publishing a course or tutorial on Github and that’s great, but when there are a lot of notebooks it can become messy.
I am now working on a project and I’m separating tasks in different notebooks like:
01.task1.ipynb 02.task2.ipynb 03.task3.ipynb . . .
And I found you can link a notebook from another one like you would link to a normal website:
Even though this is something very simple, I think it can be useful at work or if you are distributing a book as Jupyter notebooks and need to refer to a previous notebook/chapter. This way you are only one click away and don’t need to look for it!
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