# Short Cython Example In A Notebook Cell?

What's the best way to integrate (new) cython code into your notebook?

Short Cython Example In A Notebook Cell?

What's the best way to integrate (new) cython code into your notebook?

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If you don't have any specific questions then here's an example I made of using Cython in the Sage Notebook to perform fast matrix multiplication: (Note that I'm just re-implementing the naive algorithm using various stages of Python->Cython conversion.)

http://uw.sagenb.org/home/pub/19/

It's based on a talk made by one of the lead Cython developers. Also, the Cython documentation is excellent and most, if not all, of the language elements work naturally in the notebook environment.

I have another one demonstrating Sage/Pylab interfacing: http://uw.sagenb.org/home/pub/20/. This one is also based on a Cython talk.

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There are lots of examples if you search sagenb.org for "%cython": Here is the search

A particularly nice example is here

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This question is extremely open ended and not very specific, so I'm not sure how to answer.

One point, is that you use %cython to create a notebook cell that is evaluated using Cython.

Do you have a more specific question about using Cython with the Sage notebook?

A short example (notebook/cell-based) on the cython.org homepage would be great.

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Asked: ** 2010-08-18 23:11:58 +0200 **

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Last updated: **Aug 19 '10**

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