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The Larch Environment: Python Programs as Visual Interactive Documents

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The Larch Environment is a research project aimed at exploring alternate forms and representations for computer programs, beyond plain-text based source code that is in use today. To this end, we have developed an approach for embedding visual, interactive elements within code. As a consequence we retain the benefits of textual source code, while permitting the use of visual programming for specific domains and instances where it is beneficial. Our system presents the user with an interactive, notebook-style programming environment. Internally, it is supported by a declarative presentation system and a simple type coercion based Model-View-Controller architecture.

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