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Installing and Launching Jupyter

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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:

jupyter notebook

Running the command above will start the Jupyter Notebook server and allow you to create new Notebooks.

Ignacio De La Madrid on Aug. 15, 2019

Suggestion Martin, you can definitely cut out that long wait for the install or mention how you could solve installment problems during…

Martin Breuss RP Team on Aug. 25, 2019

Hei Ignacio! What installation problems did you run into?

vinohs on June 5, 2020

Hey Martin, maybe you could start with installing the virtual environment also?, just a small suggestion :).

Martin Breuss RP Team on June 9, 2020

Hi @vinohs! You don’t need to use a virtual environment to install Jupyter, although I would suggest you to use one. You can read more about how to set one up in Python Virtual Environments: A Primer.

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