Using ObservableHQ to experiment with literate programming.
Unearthing some old tweet to share with you today:
I made a thing in @observablehq.— David Lacourt (@email@example.com) (@doppelganger9) October 18, 2018
I like literate programming!https://t.co/FaQcvZ9deN
a magic notebook for visualization.
Check the introduction for yourself: it is something that you need to manipulate to better understand (a.k.a. Kinesthetic learning).
You may have noticed from previous posts that I’m really fond of the Fun Fun Function YouTube channel.
Inspired by MPJ, I tried to use the ObservableHQ website to do some kind of literate programming or expressive playground: combining code with text in a readable form.
Here is the result of this experiment from October, 18th of 2018.
Link to this Observable notebook.
I will try to embed it directly here, but for now, you’ll have to visit the link above.
Wow, that was a quick post. Unless you read the Notebook linked, that is.
As always, I learned a ton on the way and ended up with nice executable documentation for a concept helping me visualize how algorithm work.
I hope you too learned a few things.
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