These sections describe a few ways to get started with some of the most-commonly used tools in the Jupyter ecosystem.
Try Jupyter (https://try.jupyter.org) is a site for trying out the Jupyter Notebook, equipped with kernels for several different languages (Julia, R, C++, Scheme, Ruby) without installing anything. Click the link below to go to the page.
When running the examples on the
Try Jupyter site, you will get a temporary Jupyter
server running on mybinder.org which you can use to play around until you close your
You can use this site to try a few of the major interactive computing interfaces created by the Jupyter community. A description of each is below.
The Classic Notebook interface is a document-oriented interface that allows you to create, view, and execute code in a Jupyter Notebook.
The example should look like this:
The Jupyter Lab interface is a more extensible and composable interactive computing interface for more complex workflows.
Here’s an example of what the JupyterLab interface looks like:
If you have tried Jupyter and like it, please use our Installation Guide to install Jupyter on your computer.