Installing and Launching Jupyter
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to install and launch Jupyter Notebook. You’ll see that installing it is easy to do using pip:
pip install jupyter
Launching Jupyter can be done by running this command:
Running the command above will start the Jupyter Notebook server and allow you to create new Notebooks.
00:00 Now we’re going to take a look at how to install and launch Jupyter Notebooks. For this, I’m going to head over to my terminal. If your terminal is a different color, don’t worry about it—it has the exact same functionality.
I would suggest installing Jupyter Notebooks using Python 3, but it also works with Python 2. In this case, I created a virtual environment and I’m running Python 3 in there, so I can just go ahead and type
pip install jupyter, press Enter, and then we have to wait a bit.
And then it should open up this tab for you inside of your browser. If it doesn’t open it up by itself, you can just head to this URL,
localhost on port
8888, and that’s going to bring you to this window.
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