I have been using jupyter notebook for interactive and exploratory data 
analysis for a while, and I would like to consolidate the code into more 
structured modules as .py files. Although I can use %run -d  as debug mode 
in jupyter notebook and use pdb to continue the interactive work. However, 
the functionality is much more limited in comparison to the full jupyter 
notebook, such as multi-cell environment, inline plot of matplotlib, 
ipython magic functions, etc. 

I wonder if anyone has experience of turning the jupyer notebook into a 
debugging and python development workflow. If so, please do share your 
wisdom and give some pointers, thanks!


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