Your standard web page creation tool is woefully unprepared to capture complex technical concepts that require data, math, and graphs, but that is exactly what I would like to do. I started playing around with IPython Notebook with nbconvert as a way to document complex ideas on my website that required a mixture of prose, mathematics, algorithms, and graphs. I got inspired by the blogs of Carl Boettiger, David Ketcheson, Ben Morris, Fernando Perez, and others who are already doing it. I believe that IPython Notebook will prove to be an unqualified success, so I’m assembling all my technical notes here

**Notes for IPython Notebook****Using Matplotlib with IPython Notebook****Notes for Digital Signal Processing**

**Several mistakes in the formating (particurally in Markdown and MathJax) ... more work required.**

### Converting Notebooks to HTML

```
ipython nbconvert "Configuring IPython.ipynb" --to html
```

- Blogging an iPython notebook with Jekyll
- Converting notebooks to other formats
- Exporting IPython Notebooks
- nbconvert: PDF from iPython Notebook
- Quick link to download nbconvert

### A Gallery of Interesting IPython Notebooks and Questions

- https://github.com/ipython/ipython/wiki/A-gallery-of-interesting-IPython-Notebooks
- http://nbviewer.ipython.org/
- http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/ipython-notebook?sort=votes&pagesize=50

### Blogging with the IPython Notebook

- Blogging an iPython notebook with Jekyll
- Blogging with IPython-notebook
- Ben Morris' lab notebook
- Welcome to my Lab Notebook - Reloaded
- Blogging with the IPython notebook
- Blogging with IPython in Octopress

### Other Bloggers Using IPython Notebook

- Blogging with the IPython Notebook
- Blogging with IPython: distances in higher dimensions
- short demo on how to use IPython Notebook as a research notebook
- Blogging with IPython in Octopress
- Blogging an iPython notebook with Jekyll
- Blogging with IPython-notebook
- Welcome to my Lab Notebook - Reloaded
- Python for Signal Processing