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Just to elaborate on @slelievre's answer: you don't have to install the SageNB exporter: it is already incorporated in recent versions of Sage; you can run it via the command sage -n export. More precisely, to list all your sagenb notebooks, run

sage -n export --list

then to transform the notebook listed as admin:12 (say), run

sage -n export --ipynb=output.ipynb admin:12

I guess you can easily put this into a loop to treat all your sagenb notebooks at once.

Just to elaborate on @slelievre's answer: you don't have to install the SageNB exporter: it is already incorporated in recent versions of Sage; you can run it via the command sage -n export. More precisely, to list all your sagenb notebooks, run

sage -n export --list

then Then to transform the notebook listed as admin:12 (say), run

sage -n export --ipynb=output.ipynb admin:12

I guess you can easily put this into a loop to treat all your sagenb notebooks at once.

Just to elaborate on @slelievre's answer: you don't have to install the SageNB exporter: it is already incorporated in recent versions of Sage; you can run it via the command sage -n export. More precisely, to list all your sagenb notebooks, run

sage -n export --list

Then to transform the notebook listed as admin:12 (say), run

sage -n export --ipynb=output.ipynb admin:12

Instead of admin:12, you can also use directly the notebook name (without any extension, i.e. as it appears in the output of sage -n export --list):

sage -n export --ipynb=notebook_name.ipynb notebook_name

I guess you can easily put this into a loop to treat all your sagenb notebooks at once.