Using DataCabinet, you can create presentations in the Jupyter notebook.

Jupyter notebook allows you to mix your presentations with runnable code, mathematical notation and latex symbols using MathJax.

Prerequisite: install the nbpresent extension. In the needed project, go to New > Terminal, and then execute command:

pip install nbpresent
jupyter nbextension install nbpresent --user --py --overwrite
jupyter nbextension enable nbpresent --user --py
jupyter serverextension enable nbpresent --user --py

Then go to the needed notebook. In the tool menu you have new buttons :raw-html-m2r:`<br/>` that allow creating and showing the presentation.

  1. Open the needed project and notebook.
  2. Go to View > Cell toolbar > Slideshow.
  3. In the Slide type drop-down list, select Slide.
  4. Go to Cell > Cell type, and select the needed option (Code, Markdown, and …) and enter content for your presentation.

Add as many slides as you need, using … (… button).

  1. On the top menu, click the Edit presentation button.
  2. On the right panel, click Slides/Present.
  3. Remove any slides already present by clicking the -Slide a number of times.
  4. Choose either Basic or RISE/reveal slide format. After choosing the format, press escape or press the notebook button to get back to the notebook.
  5. Now you can use the present button to present.
  6. Tip: To see the source of the slide during the presentation, double-click a slide. To go back, press Ctrl + Enter.

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