Jupyter, Mathematica, and the Future of the Research Paper – Paul Romer

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"The Atlantic has a great article on new ways to share research results. Its three parts make three points:

  1. A graphical user interface (GUI) can facilitate better technical writing.
  2. Wolfram’s proprietary notebook showcased innovative technology, but decades after its introduction, still has few users.
  3. Jupyter is a new open-source alternative that is well on the way to becoming a standard for exchanging research results."



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Date tagged:

04/20/2018, 13:01

Date published:

04/20/2018, 09:29