is there a way I can link in jupyter notebooks (ipython) into the org-mode notebook? The same way other files (images) can be brought in? If it is possible will the outputs are also seen in the note (and inputs are runnable?), or only code itself? A dummy's guide would be a lot more appreciated as I'm new to emacs and configuring things are not straightforward.
I spend most of my time in Jupyter notebooks and try to document the various steps as a tutorial for colleagues who may want to reproduce my methods (sometimes code snippets are included) as well as discussing the findings in org-mode notebook. It's purely because org-mode notebook has much nicer interface with automatic sections/subsections and easily accessible for anyone (e.g. HTML). If someone wanted to check sensitivity of some other parameters, it would've been much nicer to have the ability to change the code within org-mode (without the need to switch to Jupyter) and output figures are automatically generated (same as Jupyter) or any other outputs. A lot of the times, I have to export various charts from Jupyter to be able to bring into org-mode. I was hoping whether I can switch to org-mode entirely and do all the coding in there. So there is an element of collaboration with colleagues who don't code and efficiency for myself so I can focus most of my time on emacs.
An example jupyter notebook with lots of outputs and graphs is given here, you would need to install seaborn as it doesn't come as a standard package if Anaconda is used.