jupyter

jupyter

TLDR

Start a Jupyter notebook server in the current directory

$ jupyter notebook
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Open a specific Jupyter notebook

$ jupyter notebook [example.ipynb]
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Export a specific Jupyter notebook into another format

$ jupyter nbconvert --to [html|markdown|pdf|script] [example.ipynb]
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Start a server on a specific port

$ jupyter notebook --port=[port]
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List currently running notebook servers

$ jupyter notebook list
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Stop the currently running server

$ jupyter notebook stop
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Start JupyterLab, if installed, in the current directory

$ jupyter lab
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SYNOPSIS

jupyter [-h] [--version] [--config-dir] [--data-dir] [--runtime-dir] [--paths] [--json] [subcommand]

positional arguments:

subcommand

the subcommand to launch

optional arguments:

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

--version

show the jupyter command's version and exit

--config-dir

show Jupyter config dir

--data-dir

show Jupyter data dir

--runtime-dir

show Jupyter runtime dir

--paths

show all Jupyter paths. Add --json for machine-readable format.

--json

output paths as machine-readable json

Available subcommands: migrate troubleshoot

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