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A new C++ <-> Julia Wrapper: jluna
4 projects | /r/Julia | 5 Feb 2022
If you are interested in C++ interop you can also have a look at Clang.jl and CxxWrap.jl (the usual Julia package chaos applies, where the package mentioned in old talks and docs that you find on google is superseded by some others...)
Looking for a Julia gui framework with a demo like EGUI
5 projects | /r/Julia | 3 Jul 2023
For this, Notebooks are often used. Julia offers a uniquely nice and interactive Pluto notebook for the web https://github.com/fonsp/Pluto.jl
Excel Labs, a Microsoft Garage Project
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 May 2023
IPyflow: Reactive Python Notebooks in Jupyter(Lab)
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 10 May 2023
I believe this is what Pluto sets out to do for Julia.
I used it as part of the “Computational Thinking” with Julia course a year or two back. Even then the beta software was very good and some of the demos the Pluto dev showed were nothing short of amazing
For Julia is there some thing like VSCode's python interactive window?
3 projects | /r/Julia | 27 Feb 2023
What have you "washed your hands of" in Python?
2 projects | /r/Python | 10 Feb 2023
I think what you want is Pluto!
Show HN: Out of order execution in Jupyter notebooks is a solved problem
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Feb 2023
I like how Pluto.jl handles this:
> Pluto offers an environment where changed code takes effect instantly and where deleted code leaves no trace. Unlike Jupyter or Matlab, there is no mutable workspace, but rather, an important guarantee:
> At any instant, the program state is completely described by the code you see.
My Journey from R to Julia
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Jan 2023
I only used Julia for a short time, but I didn't see the blazing fast speeds I was promised. I've seen the benchmarks, of course, on which the claims are founded, but the C-like speeds weren't obvious to me in everyday data science workflows. In the end, there wasn't sufficient motivation for me to switch to Julia as my weapon of choice. I do like Pluto, though...
Using Julia with Anaconda and Voilà
3 projects | /r/Julia | 21 Jan 2023
You can use https://github.com/fonsp/Pluto.jl instead of Jupyter.
LaTeX as a replacement for MS Word
4 projects | /r/LaTeX | 8 Jan 2023
There are good alternatives to spreadsheets like the proprietary MathCAD software or open-source Pluto written in julia (and exportable into Markdown or LaTeX). Like spreadsheets, they are dynamic documents where you an see changes in real-time.
Which tools do you use for python + Data Science?
3 projects | /r/datascience | 8 Dec 2022
What are some alternatives?
vim-slime - A vim plugin to give you some slime. (Emacs)
rmarkdown - Dynamic Documents for R
Weave.jl - Scientific reports/literate programming for Julia
IJulia.jl - Julia kernel for Jupyter
Tables.jl - An interface for tables in Julia
PlutoSliderServer.jl - Web server to run just the `@bind` parts of a Pluto.jl notebook
julia - The Julia Programming Language
Neptune.jl - Simple (Pluto-based) non-reactive notebooks for Julia
jupyterlab-classic - JupyterLab distribution with a retro look and feel 🌅
ThreadsX.jl - Parallelized Base functions
jupyter-cadquery - An extension to render cadquery objects in JupyterLab via pythreejs