Using ObservableHQ to experiment with literate programming.
March 17, 2019
2 min read
Unearthing some old tweet to share with you today:
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).
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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Written by David Lacourt who lives in Senlis 🦌, and works in Paris 🇫🇷, and 🧡 building things with code.