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Dec 13, 2019·3 min read

This blog post is a step-by-step tutorial to install Python and Jupyter Notebook to Windows 10 (64 bit). Python 3.3 or greater, or Python 2.7 is required to install the Jupyter Notebook.

  1. Download Python 3.7.4 from “https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-374/” url

2. Choose and select “x86–64 executable installer” for Windows 10–64 bit computer

3. Select location to save the executable file.

You can download individual files from the file navigator (which you can get to by clicking on the Jupyter icon in the top left corner). You just need to click the checkbox next to the file you want to download and then click the 'download' button at the top of the pane. IPython Notebook has been configured to only read files from this folder or its subfolders. Click on the IPython Notebook bookmark in Chromium. Your file should appear in the notebook list.

4. Install Python 3.7.4 (64-bit) to your computer.

5. Check the installation by running “Idle”

6. Set “Python37” path and “Python37/Scripts” path to environment variable

7. Open command prompt and check the python version using “python --version

8. Install pip using “pip install virtualenv

9. Upgrade pip using “python -m pip install -upgrade pip

10. Create a virtual environment called opencv (“virtualenv opencv”)

11. Move to Scripts folder and activate opencv virtual environment using “activate.bat

12. Install numpy using “pip install numpy

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13. Install OpenCV using “pip install opencv-python

14. Install Matplotlib using “pip install matplotlib

15. Install Jupyter using “python -m pip install jupyter

16. Run Jupyter Notebook using “jupyter notebook

17. Start the notebook server and popup dashboard in browser using “localhost:8888/tree” url

18. Create your first notebook using dashboard

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This is a fairly basic question.

I am working on a data science project inside of a Pandas tutorial. I can access my Jupyter notebooks through my Anaconda installation. The only problem is that the tutorial notebooks (exercise files) are on GitHub.

My question: how do I download the exercise files from GitHub and then have them display in the Jupyter notebook section on my computer so that I can use them interactively?

I am very new to Jupyter Notebooks. So far, I have been using PyCharm to execute all of my code.

Ethan
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If the tutorial is a GitHub repo, sure. Clone the repository. Run jupyter-notebook and open the notebook there.

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You can do:

  1. Open the jupyter notebook you want to run.

  2. Click on: Raw

  3. Save Ctrl+S

  4. Remove: .txt

  1. Now navigate to the directory where notebook is downloaded in jupyter notebook and open it.
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This is a tool that I came across to run Jupyter notebooks: Binder.

You just need to input the repo you are looking at, the branch, and the path. Then you can interactively run the notebook.

The notebook gets hosted by the website, so you don't need to worry about computing power on your machine or installing all the required packages.

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