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#2132 new task

Include a collection of Jupyter notebooks

Reported by: kalxas Owned by: osgeolive@…
Priority: major Milestone: OSGeoLive13.0
Component: OSGeoLive Keywords: notebooks
Cc: osgeolive@…

Description

Having used Jupyter Notebooks and OSGeoLive recently in class, I believe we need to put some effort to bring back the notebooks git repository.

I think we additionally need some demos to cover geopandas and OWSLib.

We should also create a quickstart and overview document to cover Jupyter.

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comment:1 in reply to:  description Changed 3 weeks ago by lucadelu

Replying to kalxas:

Having used Jupyter Notebooks and OSGeoLive recently in class, I believe we need to put some effort to bring back the notebooks git repository.

I can help on this, we should also reorder a little bit the existing notebooks. It could be really useful to connect external notebooks, for example GRASS has several notebooks

I think we additionally need some demos to cover geopandas and OWSLib.

I could work on geopandas, there are some examples here

For OWSLib there is something here, we need to review it

We should also create a quickstart and overview document to cover Jupyter.

comment:2 Changed 3 weeks ago by camerons

I'm building a list of documentation ideas to improve OSGeo and OSGeoLive documentation, which I'll be pointing potential writers at for inspiration. (In particular, I'm hoping to attract writers from the Google Season of Docs initiative.)

I have a title for Jupyter, but I feel my description of what a writing task could/should be better. @lucadelu, are you in a position to improve this description? https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yriJoybYjsCKhprNLNGGanw8HRA5Z8GhrNrA5RjavUU/edit#heading=h.uxp9m781oud6

And would you be prepared to mentor a writer if they volunteered? If so, please add your name to the list of "People keen to take part". (I'm expecting that a buzzing community will attract more community). https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yriJoybYjsCKhprNLNGGanw8HRA5Z8GhrNrA5RjavUU/edit#heading=h.s584ca6y83ac

comment:3 in reply to:  2 Changed 3 weeks ago by lucadelu

Replying to camerons:

I have a title for Jupyter, but I feel my description of what a writing task could/should be better. @lucadelu, are you in a position to improve this description?

I read it, but I could not be able to improve it since it seems quiet well explained ( i just added a comment)

And would you be prepared to mentor a writer if they volunteered? If so, please add your name to the list of "People keen to take part". (I'm expecting that a buzzing community will attract more community).

I cannot be part of this activity (since I have no time to use for it), but I could spend time to improve the state of our notebooks git repository if we agree on what and how the notebooks should be reorganized

comment:4 Changed 3 weeks ago by camerons

Hi Luca, in that case, would you be prepared to add a statement to the "People Keen to Help" similar to: Luca Delu: <A bit about you>. Willing to help improve (existing?) Jupyter Notebook documents in line with a developed template and writing instructions, if one is developed and committed to.

A statement such as that shows that we have the start of a community willing to sustainably build upon a tech writer's initiative, and will increase the chance of us attracting a tech writer to our project.

comment:5 Changed 3 weeks ago by darkblueb

hi all -- now Apr19, it is an opportunity, and a necessity, to make a new structure for Notebooks; python, R and perhaps other. The repository OSGeoLive-Notebooks is actually specific to the last version of OSGeoLive 12, and therefore stale. The current, minimum install of Notebook looks like this (see attachment) .

Changed 3 weeks ago by darkblueb

Attachment: live12_notebooks_min.png added

comment:6 in reply to:  5 Changed 3 weeks ago by lucadelu

Replying to darkblueb:

hi all -- now Apr19, it is an opportunity, and a necessity, to make a new structure for Notebooks; python, R and perhaps other. The repository OSGeoLive-Notebooks is actually specific to the last version of OSGeoLive 12, and therefore stale. The current, minimum install of Notebook looks like this (see attachment) .

I agree in a structure with python, R, bash, others. Another way could split by project GRASS, Scitools, R, GeoPandas?..

Why notebooks in the install is so small?

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