8月 112016
 
Jupyter notebook does not support Table Of Contents (ToC) out of box, unlike R Markdown. There are nbextensions that ppl made to support this. It is easy to add this capability, following these steps to add Table of Contents to your notebook:

 1. Find your Jupyter Notebook data directory by using this command in your DOS console:
          a. Jupyter --data-dir

2. Copy the following two files into your Jupyter data directory:
           https://rawgithub.com/minrk/ipython_extensions/master/nbextensions/toc.js
           https://rawgithub.com/minrk/ipython_extensions/master/nbextensions/toc.css

3. Run this command:
           a. Jupyter nbextension enable toc --user

4. In your Jupyter Notebook, add this command to a MarkDown cell on top of your notebook:
           a. < div id="toc" > < /div >

One caveat is that all headings will be listed in ToC, including your Title (if there is one). One easy work around is to write your title in Word, save a screenshot into an image, save the image file to the same folder as your notebook is, then use the following command in the top Markdown cell:

 < div style="float: left;" > < img src="Title.png" height="200" width="800"> < /div >
 Posted by at 7:13 上午

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