Title:
The Jupyter Interactive Widget Ecosystem

Description:
Jupyter widgets are powerful tools for building user interfaces with graphical controls such as sliders and text boxes inside a Jupyter notebook. Interactive widgets can also be rendered in Sphinx documentation, nbviewer, and static web pages. Jupyter widgets are more than a collection of controls, they also are a framework that makes it easy to build custom GUI controls. Examples of custom widget packages include libraries for interactive 2-D charting (bqplot), 3-D graphics (pythreejs, ipyvolume), mapping (ipyleaflet), and more.



Presenter(s):
 Speaker: Matt Craig, Minnesota State University Moorhead
 Speaker: Jason Grout, Bloomberg LP
 Speaker: Sylvain Corlay, QuantStack
 Speaker: Maarten Breddels, Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen