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not sure if I'm phrasing my question correctly but here goes. I've been using Python in a Juptyer Notebook on juptyer hub for one of my class. I've written many useful functions that I want to use to solve problems with. Right now, I have a code block at the beginning of my notebook with all the functions. Like this

import math
from fractions import Fraction

def ln(x):
    return math.log(x)
def lg(x):
    return math.log(x,2)

#Binomial Distribution
def binom(n,k,p):
    #binom(10,3,0.3), 0.266
    return math.comb(n,k)*p**k*(1-p)**(n-k)

def WrtFish():
    #Test WrtFish(), h,10,3,3 0.266
    poptype = input('Is the population haploid or diploid? Enter h or d.')
    rawpop = input('How many individuals are in the population?')
    if poptype == 'h':
        pop = int(rawpop)
    elif poptype == 'd':
        pop = 2*int(rawpop)
    rawgen1 = input('How many individuals in the current generation have the trait?')
    rawgen2 = input('How many individuals in the next generation are being inquired about?')
    i = int(rawgen1)
    j = int(rawgen2)
    p = i/pop
    return binom(pop,j,p)

It's gotten execessive, and I wanted to know if it's possible for me to make my own package for my own use. My ideal goal is to be able to chuck all of these in a package that I can update and import in new notebooks. e.i. I want to store all these functions in a notebook and be able to call them in a blank notebook where I can work out problems. I'd appreciate insight you could give. Thank you!!! My notebook

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