Spyder plugin to use Jupyter notebooks inside Spyder. Currently it supports basic functionality such as creating new notebooks, opening any notebook in your filesystem and saving notebooks at any location.
You can also use Spyder's file switcher to easily switch between notebooks and open an IPython console connected to the kernel of a notebook to inspect its variables in the Variable Explorer.
To install this plugin, you can use either
conda package managers, as follows:
Using conda (the recommended way!):
conda install spyder-notebook -c spyder-ide
pip install spyder-notebook
Note: At the moment it is not possible to use this plugin with the Spyder installers for Windows and macOS. We're working to make that a reality in the future.
This project depends on:
Visit our CHANGELOG file to know more about our new features and improvements.
See the Contributing Guide for information on how to contribute to the Spyder notebook plugin, including instructions for setting up a development environment.
You can ask your questions at the Spyder group or create a issue in this repo. We will be more than glad to answer.
Spyder and its subprojects are funded thanks to the generous support of
and the donations we have received from our users around the world through Open Collective: