Simple Papermill Notebook#
This notebook is used in the previous example as a
NotebookTask to demonstrate
how to use the papermill plugin.
The cell below has the
parameters tag, defining the inputs to the notebook.
v = 3.14
Then, we do some computation:
square = v*v print(square)
Finally, we use the
flytekitplugins.papermill package to record the outputs
so that flyte understands which state to serialize and pass into a downstream
from flytekitplugins.papermill import record_outputs record_outputs(square=square)