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What an interesting idea. A Python script that given an existing system creates an Ansible playbook that will duplicate it.
This little tool by Andrew Baumann is awesome for collating and working with highlights in PDF files.
It is a pip module, so easily installed, and works by producing Markdown (default) or JSON text file with the extracted annotations.
For example, to extract all annotations and highlight into a markdown file:
pdfannots -o annots.md iupac_gold_book.pdf
I have published an Ansible role that installs a Jupyter instance using JupyterHub and JupyterLab.
- JupyterLab 3.0 released (2021-01-05)
- JupyterLab is ready for users (2018)
- How To Set Up a Jupyter Notebook to Run IPython on Ubuntu 16.04
Extending the Jupyter ecosystem
99 ways to extend the Jupyter ecosystem
- JupyterLab extensions (labextension)
- Classic Notebook extensions (nbextension)
- Notebook Server Extensions (serverextension)
- Jupyter Kernels
- IPython Magics
- IPython Widgets (ipywidgets)
Hosted Jupyter notebook
- Colaboratory Google Jupyter notebook environment that requires no setup to use and runs entirely in Google's cloud.
- JupyText: Jupyter notebooks as Markdown documents
- Generate Google Slides from Markdown
- CriticMarkup - plaintext editing markup for humans
- R Markdown: The Definitive Guide by Yihui Xie, J. J. Allaire and Garrett Grolemund (2020)
- Authoring books and technical documents with R Markdown by Yihui Xie (2021)
- Create blogs and websites with R Markdown
- Writing reproducible geoscience papers using R Markdown, Docker, and Gitlab by Daniel Nüst, Vicky Steeves, Rémi Rampin, Markus Konkol, Edzer Pebesma (2018)
- A pandoc-based layout workflow for scholarly journals by Piero (2018)
Quarto, by RStudio, sorry, Posit, a new scientific and technical publishing system.
Something to consider, especially if you are new to the field and aren't already invested in the earlier systems.