The goal of
curvenote.dev is to provide open source tools to promote and enable
interactive scientific writing, reactive documents and explorable explanations.
These tools are used and supported by curvenote.com,
which is an interactive scientific writing platform that integrates to Jupyter.
But first, an example!
In trigonometry, a
Components and Documentation
You can also download the latest release from GitHub.
If you are running this without a web server, ensure the script has
the script tag.
You can also install from npm:
You should then be able to extend the package as you see fit:
See Curvenote on GitHub for more information about the libraries.
We are actively working on these libraries, so let us know your feature requests or problems! We are excited to see what you create, and hope that these tools help you in creating interactive articles and beautiful explorable explanations. If you have issues let us know on GitHub or on twitter or drop us a link to some of your work at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to hearing from you! 🚀
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Last updated February 19th, 2021