That’s cool, very glad to know that my review was helpful!
As for including some explanatory sections from the documentation, you might consider just including the links to the corresponding parts of documentation. It’ll allow you to save vertical space of your project (which, indeed, becomes even more important in case of already long and detailed projects). If your readers aren’t familiar with that function (approach, method, etc.), they’ll use such links to learn about the technical details. If they are already familiar, they’ll skip this step. Because remember that your projects can have a lot of readers, not only you yourself And those people can have different background and skills, including high level of experience, so you don’t need to give them too many explanations (and increase the project’s length). Just the side references (i.e. links) are enough, if you want to make their life easier anyway
Also, a good practice, especially at the beginner’s level, even though judging by your projects, you are not such a beginner anymore , is to add appropriate code commenting and function documentation. In some Internet resources, I read that not everebody agrees with it. Some people think that the code should be just written clearly enough, variables called in a descriptive way, so you won’t need any comments or function description anymore. Well, I agree with it only partially. Code comments, if written correctly and appropriately, can save time to the readers when describing particulartly complicated parts of the code. The function description is also necessary when the function is supposed to be used for further projects. If a function has a description, you can run
help comand to access it and to know immediately how and for what to use it.
You can share your Jupyter notebook here anyway. I’ll render it into a readable link, if it’s not rendered automatically. Then the future reviewers can open it easily, because I suspect that otherwise they’ll avoid any hassle with rendering a HTML file.
Anyway, great job applying my suggestions Good luck with your future projects!