nbgrader: A Tool for Creating and Grading Assignments in the Jupyter Notebook

PowerShell Batchfile Python Mako Submitted 06 October 2018Published 06 January 2019
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Project Jupyter, Douglas Blank (0000-0003-3538-8829), David Bourgin (0000-0003-1039-6195), Alexander Brown (0000-0002-3945-7337), Matthias Bussonnier (0000-0002-7636-8632), Jonathan Frederic (0000-0003-4805-2216), Brian Granger (0000-0002-5223-6168), Thomas Griffiths (0000-0002-5138-7255), Jessica Hamrick (0000-0002-3860-0429), Kyle Kelley (0000-0002-4281-9351), M Pacer (0000-0002-6680-2941), Logan Page (0000-0002-5799-8524), Fernando Pérez (0000-0002-1725-9815), Benjamin Ragan-Kelley (0000-0002-1023-7082), Jordan Suchow (0000-0001-9848-4872), Carol Willing (0000-0002-9817-8485)

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Jupyter et al., (2019). nbgrader: A Tool for Creating and Grading Assignments in the Jupyter Notebook. Journal of Open Source Education, 2(11), 32, https://doi.org/10.21105/jose.00032

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