Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application to record, create and share computational documents. It is an interactive computing platform and utilizes Python. Jupyter Notebook can be used to compute, and analyze mathematical and physical sciences data. It offers a simple, streamlined, document-centric experience.
Jupyter notebooks can be installed in two common ways:
1) Using Anaconda:
Anaconda is an open-source software that includes Python and Jupyter notebooks, and many other scientific computing utilities. To install Anaconda, go to Anaconda and download the latest Python version on your computer.
Once finished installing, open the Anaconda navigator.
Click the 'launch' button on the Jupyter Notebooks section. It would open another window in your browser such as:
Pip is the package installer for Python.
Install the Jupyter Notebook with the following commands:
pip install notebook
To run the notebook:
More information on this installation method can be found here:
For finding more information on installation, the following links can be helpful:
Using math functions, or plotting more than one graph.
Learn more about Plotting here: