I've grown to really like org-mode, particularly with ob-ipython, but there are times when a real Jupyter notebook is better - if you want to render it on github or use the
%matplotlib notebook feature, for instance. I found a blog post the Kitchin Research Group site announcing the creation of an exporter and this is some documentation about how to set it up.
When I originally set this up it was only available from a link on the blog-post, but it has since been added to a much larger github repository called scimax. I'm assuming this is where the latest version will be kept. Unfortunately there's no license so I don't think you can fork the repository, even more importantly, I can't get it to work, so skip it for now and grab the old one.
cd ~/.emacs.d mkdir lisp wget http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu/media/ox-ipynb.el
Make sure that the lisp folder is in the emacs path by putting this line in
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/lisp")
Also make sure that it's loaded by putting this in
In your org-mode file use the
export-ipython function to export it to an
Note that this will only work if you have ob-ipython installed and at least one ipython code block in the org-file.
#+BEGIN_SRC ipython :session print("a") #+END_SRC