You can download IPython documentation for offline use, and for all version of IPython on GitHub <https://github.com/ipython/ipython-doc/tree/gh-pages>.
This introduction to some key features is a good place to start if you haven’t used IPython before.
See below for links to all versions of the documentation.
Other useful documentation¶
- Presentations we’ve given at various venues regarding IPython over the years.
- Videos and screencasts.
- IPython screenshots.
- IPython quick reference card.
- An article about IPython, written by Fernando Perez and Brian Granger, published in the May/June 2007 issue of the journal Computing in Science and Engineering.
Other projects using IPython¶
Here you can find a list of projects that use IPython in one form or another. If you use IPython as part of a project, please do add your information to this page or email Fernando.Perez@Berkeley.edu and I’ll be happy to add it. Also, if your project is of academic relevance, please provide a citation to IPython.