Adding a virtual environment to a Jupyter notebook.02 Mar 2021
This is the Python newbie section. So I had a working
virtualenv going, and I could
import with a
.py file, but put all of that in a Jupyter notebook and suddenly nothing could be found.
Ok, so you have to use a kernel with the environment of your virtualenv, which I learned from a much longer and better blog post than what is here. Mercy sakes, this environment stuff in Python is maddening.
pip install --user ipykernel to get set up, and
python -m ipykernel install --user --name=myenv
myenv is the name of the virtualenv. Then in the Jupyter notebook, Kernel->Change kernel->(select the name of your environment).
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