A Jupyter / Leaflet bridge enabling interactive maps in the Jupyter notebook.
Selecting a basemap for a leaflet map:
Loading a geojson map:
Making use of leafletjs primitives:
Using the splitmap control:
Displaying velocity data on the top of a map:
$ conda install -c conda-forge ipyleaflet
$ pip install ipyleaflet $ jupyter nbextension enable --py --sys-prefix ipyleaflet # can be skipped for notebook 5.3 and above
If you have JupyterLab, you will also need to install the JupyterLab extension:
$ jupyter labextension install jupyter-leaflet
Some users have found that the
jupyterlab-manager is also required
in jupyterlab if the map does not display.
$ jupyter labextension install @jupyter-widgets/jupyterlab-manager
Installation from sources
For a development installation (requires npm):
$ git clone https://github.com/jupyter-widgets/ipyleaflet.git $ cd ipyleaflet $ pip install -e . $ jupyter nbextension install --py --symlink --sys-prefix ipyleaflet $ jupyter nbextension enable --py --sys-prefix ipyleaflet $ jupyter labextension install js # If you are developing on JupyterLab
Note for developers:
-epip option allows one to modify the Python code in-place. Restart the kernel in order to see the changes.
$ npm run watch
If you are on JupyterLab you also need to run the following in a separate terminal:
$ jupyter lab --watch
To get started with using
ipyleaflet, check out the full documentation
We use a shared copyright model that enables all contributors to maintain the copyright on their contributions.
This software is licensed under the BSD-3-Clause license. See the LICENSE file for details.
ipyleaflet repository includes the
jupyter-leaflet npm package, which
is a front-end component, and the
ipyleaflet python package which is the
backend for the Python Jupyter kernel.
provides a backend to
jupyter-leaflet for the "xeus-cling" C++ Jupyter