Installing and setting up Jupyter Notebook¶
Checking your Python install¶
You might want to start by running
which python and
python --version to make sure it looks like the "right" Python is being used. It is a
pyenv Python, just like it should be? Does the version look good?
If not, you'll want to check the Python installation guide.
You can install Jupyter Notebook with the following command:
It might be quick, it might be slow, but hopefully it eventually finishes without any errors! Don't worry if it yells
WARN about pip versions or something, it's no big deal unless it actually says
Confirm it worked
Run the following command to try to check Jupyer's version number.
If it says "command not found," it didn't work. If it says anything else, you're okay.
Setting your Python as the Jupyter Python¶
When you have multiple versions of Python on your computer, it turns out that sometimes the command line Python and the Jupyter Python don't match up.