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jupyter-paperboy

A web frontend for scheduling Jupyter notebook reports

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paperboy

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A web frontend for scheduling Jupyter Notebooks as reports

Overview

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Paperboy is a production-grade application for scheduling reports. It has a flexible architecture and extensible APIs, and can integrate into a wide variety of deployments. It is composed of various industrial-strength technologies from the open source world.

  • Jupyter Notebooks for the reports themselves
    • Jupyter notebooks are an ideal report template, and with NBConvert support a wide variety of output types, including PDFs, HTML, Emails, etc
  • Papermill to parameterize notebooks
  • SQLAlchemy for Storage (default)
  • Apache Airflow for Scheduling (default)
  • PhosphorJS for the frontend
  • Support for Python Virtualenvs via requirements.txt or custom Docker images via Dockerfiles on a per-notebook level
  • Traitlets parameterization of storage and scheduler classes for easy integration with custom storage backends and custom schedulers
  • Single click notebook deployment with Voila and Dokku

Process Flow

  • Upload notebook
  • Configure job
    • start time
    • interval
    • papermill parameters to autoconfigure reports
    • if autoconfiguring reports from papermill:
      • run or publish
      • output
        • notebook
        • pdf
        • html
        • email
        • script
      • strip or keep code
  • To edit or create additional reports on a job, configure reports
    • run or publish
    • output
      • notebook
      • pdf
      • html
      • email
      • script
    • strip or keep code

Installation from source

Paperboy requires Python and Node.js, which can be installed from conda-forge if conda is available.

Clone the repository and run following commands to install and launch the application:

  • npm install
  • npm run build
  • pip install -e .
  • python -m paperboy

Visit http://0.0.0.0:8080 in a browser to view the application.

The default authentication backend requires the registration of a username that can be used on subsequent launches.

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