nbpreview: a terminal viewer for Jupyter notebooks

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  • nbpreview

    A terminal viewer for Jupyter notebooks. It's like cat for ipynb files.

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    nbpreview can be installed through pipx or pip from PyPI.

  • pip

    The Python package installer

    If pipx is not installed, nbpreview may also be installed via pip:

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