Introducing Jupyter Notebooks

  1. Navigate to the companion material directory in the terminal.
On Unix machines such as Mac or Linux, command-line navigation can be done using ls to display directory contents and cd to change directories. On Windows machines, use dir to display directory contents and use cd to change directories instead. If, for example, you want to change the drive from C: to D:, you should execute d: to change drives.
  1. Start a new local Notebook server here by typing the following into the terminal: jupyter notebook. A new window or tab of your default browser will open the Notebook Dashboard to the working directory. Here, you will see a list of folders and files contained therein.
  2. Click on a folder to navigate to that ...

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