Setup Jupyter Notebook |Python For Beginner| Raspberry Pi 3| 2019




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Before you setup the Jupyter Notebook,
make sure you have Python 3.7 or above
and a workable virtual environment running on your machine.

Links below might be helpful:

Build Python 3.7 on Raspberry Pi 3
https://youtu.be/4ql-077JbEQ

Create virtual environment on Raspberry Pi 3
https://youtu.be/EmwLdV_Ui08

00:00 – 00:20 | install Jupyter
00:49 – 01:14 | create folder to store notebooks
01:14 – 02:06 | file structure explanation
02:06 – 02:26 | generate jupyter-notebook config file
02:26 – 04:40 | change the default notebook folder location
05:23 – 07:13 | create a jupyter notebook
07:23 – 08:00 | rename a jupyter notebook
08:01 – 09:04 | basic tips when coding on jupyter notebook
09:05 – 09:30 | quit jupyter notebook
09:40 – 10:24 | load previously saved notebook
10:25 – 10:42 | additional basic tips

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Comment List

  • clueple c
    December 30, 2020

    Hmmm…took me a while to realise that the notebook directory path was commented out! Significant step missed for newbies like me!

  • clueple c
    December 30, 2020

    This vid no longer works on the new raspberry pi software.

  • clueple c
    December 30, 2020

    500: internal server error is what I get when I try to access jupyter with python 3…help

  • clueple c
    December 30, 2020

    Great tutorial on getting Jupyter notebook working on Raspberry Pi 4. Other methods just didn't seem to do it for me. Thnx

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