Is there a way to use the dot syntax in Jupyter Notebook to call a function that was defined in a different notebook? For example, suppose I have a notebook “test.ipynb” containing a function called
square(x), and say we’ve imported test.ipynb using
using NBInclude @nbinclude("test.ipynb")
test.ipynb is imported, we can call
square() just like a regular function, e.g.
square(x). But for bookkeeping purposes, I’d like to call
square by referencing the notebook in which it was defined in, e.g.
test.square(x). Unfortunately I tried this and it didn’t work. Is there a similar way to do this?