MyST Markdown - Tools for the future of technical communication
#Community-driven tools for the future of technical communication and publication
#MyST extends Markdown for technical and scientific communication
#The MyST Ecosystem
#Create Online Books
Jupyter Book uses MyST markdown to create online books and tutorials from computational content.
The textbook used by UC Berkeley's popular Data 8 class.
A free online book to teach computational economics with open source tools.
A guidebook for best-practices in reproducible and community-driven science.
#Create Scientific Publications
Create interactive scientific publications for the web or export to PDF, LaTeX and Microsoft Word.
Create PDF print-ready scientific papers over 400 journal templates.
Render your MyST documents as Microsoft Word documents.
Easily create and contribute data-driven templates using .
#Create Python Documentation
Use MyST in your Sphinx or Docutils software documentation
Use the MyST role and directive syntax to harness the full capability of Sphinx including all existing Sphinx extensions.
Easily integrate Python documentation and existing RST documents as well as MyST Markdown.
Configure MyST-parser at global and individual document levelss and access extended syntax features.
#Projects and Ecosystem
MyST can be rendered and transformed by a variety of tools.
Build beautiful, publication-quality books and documents from computational content.
Use the Python parser if you are working with Sphinx, JupyterBook or need to access through Python.
Write and render MyST markup directly in Jupyter Lab.
Write, render and preview MyST markup directly in VSCode.
Author MyST content and export or publish online using the CLI.
#An ecosystem for the next generation of technical communication
MyST is a powerful authoring framework that supports blogs, books, articles and journals.
Extend Markdown with equations, cross-references, citations, and export to a preprint or rich, interactive website or book.
Make your pages interactive by connecting to custom JupyterHubs, public Binders or even Python running directly in your browser.
Publish next-generation articles and books that are beautifully designed, without compromising on accessibility or performance.
We build and support modular components that are useful everywhere and contribute to upstream projects.
Integrate computational outputs directly into your documents or anywhere in your book.
MyST is backed by an evolving specification, to work together towards the future of scientific communication.
The MyST ecosystem is an open community supported by The Executable Book Project.
Read our Contributing Guide to learn about the conventions we follow, and see our community forum to ask questions and help others.
Our gallery of Jupyter Books has contributions from across the community: from differential equations, economics, quantum knots, to music classification 🎶.
Learn more about our project’s goals and strategy, list of core team members, and meeting notes and team calendar.