Big O notation can be confusing, but Polyglot Notebooks and a simple magic command can help simplify it.
Let’s take a look at how we can work with external code in Polyglot Notebooks using C# and magic commands.
SandDance lets you make amazing interactive data visualizations in your Polyglot Notebooks. Here’s how it works.
Polyglot Notebooks allow you to share data between different kernels underneath the .NET Interactive kernel. Here’s how it works - and what your limitations are.
What’s the difference between an .ipynb file and a .dib file? Find out here.