Charles Kelly explains how to launch Jupyter Notebook from Anaconda Navigator and from the command prompt.
- [Instructor] In the video Installing Software…I showed how you can launch a Jupyter notebook…from Anaconda Navigator.…However, I recommend that you open…notebooks from a command prompt.…I suggest that you navigate to the location…where you installed the exercise files,…copy that location, open a command prompt,…type cd for change directory and paste…the name of the location for the exercise files.…
Then type jupyter notebook, J-U-P-Y-T-E-R-N-O-T-E-B-O-O-K.…After the Jupyter server is launched…you'll see your dashboard which contains…a listing of the exercise files.…For any particular chapter click on the link.…They'll be a Begin and a Final folder.…Go to the Begin folder and open the notebook.…Go back to the dashboard, go to the Final folder…and open that file.…
Using this technique you can have two versions…of the same notebook open concurrently.…One version from the Begin folder…the other version from the Final folder.…
Watch this course to gain an overview of pandas. Charles Kelly helps you get started with time series, data frames, panels, plotting, and visualization. All you need is a copy of the free and interactive Jupyter Notebook app to practice and follow along.
- Using the Markdown language and Jupyter Notebook
- Creating objects
- Selecting objects
- Using operations
- Merging data
- Creating series
- Creating data frames
- Creating panels
- Annotating plots and data frame plots
Skill Level Intermediate
NumPy Data Science Essential Trainingwith Charles Kelly3h 54m Intermediate
1. Introduction to Notebooks
2. Pandas Overview
4. Data Frames and Panels
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