# Posts tagged pandoc

## Testing Pandoc and Jupyter Notebooks

For several months now, the universal document converter pandoc has had support for Jupyter Notebooks. This means that with a single call, you can convert .ipynb files to any of the output formats that Pandoc supports (and vice-versa!). This post is a quick exploration of what this looks like.

Note that for this post, we’re using Pandoc version 2.7.3. Also, some of what’s below is hard to interpret without actually opening the files that are created by Pandoc. For the sake of this blog post, I’m going to stick with the raw text output here, though you can expand the outputs if you wish, I recommend copy/pasting some of these commands on your own if you’d like to try.