Jupyter kernel for Dyalog APL
For complete installation instructions from scratch on Windows, see WINDOWS.md in this repository.
If you're a kernel developer, see DEVELOPMENT.md in this repository.
Do you have any pre-made notebook documents?
A collection of ready-made notebooks is available here.
- Python version 3.8 or later. Python can be installed in several ways. We recommend the standard download from https://www.python.org/downloads/.
- Jupyter: see the official documentation for installation instructions.
Installing the Dyalog kernel
This kernel is installable via Python's package installer, pip. It comes bundled with Python, but does occasionally need updating.
In your terminal, run the follwing command:
pip install dyalog-jupyter-kernel[==2.0.1]
After successfully installing the kernel module itself, you need to register it with your Jupyter installation, using the following terminal command:
python -m 'dyalog_kernel' install
You should now be able to see the
dyalog_apl kernel listed:
jupyter kernelspec list Available kernels: python3 C:\Users\stefa\work\Jupyter\py312\share\jupyter\kernels\python3 dyalog_apl C:\Users\stefa\AppData\Roaming\jupyter\kernels\dyalog_apl
jupyter lab # or jupyter notebook
and you should now see Dyalog APL amongst your kernels. Click on the Dyalog APL icon.