Python Tutorial | How to use a Jupyter notebook online with Binder and Google Colab


Learn how to edit a Jupyter notebook in Binder or Google Colab.

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In this video I show you how you can easily start using a Jupyter notebook using either Binder or Google Colab. Binder as well as Google Colab allow you to enter a Github repository URL and start editing the notebook inside your internet browser. You can then either save the notebook locally or upload it to your Google Drive or Github profile.

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  • Adriaan Van Niekerk
    December 27, 2020

    Hi everyone – if you see one of my Github repositories that do not have a Jupyter notebook in – let me know, as I may have missed a few when updating them to include the notebooks that I used

  • Adriaan Van Niekerk
    December 27, 2020

    Thanks for this, this is awesome. I tried it just now and go "ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'bs4'". Is it possible to add modules?

  • Adriaan Van Niekerk
    December 27, 2020

    Thank you, Adriaan. Kaggle also lets you have Jupyter notebooks for R and Python online for free – no restrictions to my knowlege – your notebooks are connected to the internet and allow you to install additional packages.

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