In this section, we provide links to jupyter notebooks with examples on how to use the CoMet toolkit. Each of these notebooks is hosted on Google Colab.

**Punpy as a Standalone Package**

- Some general use cases can be found here.
- Next, we also show some validation examples, where the punpy results are compared against the NIST uncertainty machine.

**Digital Effects Tables**

- A jupyter notebook is provided for defining a digital effects tables.
- Next, one for using obsarray.
- Then, we also provide an example of using punpy with digital effects tables created with obsarray.

**Comet_maths interpolation**

- Finally, there is a jupyter notebook for interpolation with uncertainties.