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IPython in depth tutorial

In its current form, this tutorial is meant to be executed with IPython 2.0 or newer. You can find our installation instructions here.

If you prefer using pip, you can also run:

pip install --upgrade jupyter[notebook]

which should give you all the necessary dependencies.

To get the tutorial, checkout the ipython-in-depth repo:

git clone https://github.com/mjbright/ipython-in-depth

Or just download current master and unzip it.

At the command line, you can do this with (depending on whether your system uses wget or curl):

wget https://github.com/mjbright/ipython-in-depth/zipball/master -O ipython-in-depth.zip

or

curl -L https://github.com/mjbright/ipython-in-depth/zipball/master -o ipython-in-depth.zip

And then:

unzip ipython-in-depth.zip

You can then start the Jupyter notebook server at a terminal with:

jupyter notebook

Note that you can also launch this tutorial online using Binder:

Binder

Note: the original 'official' tutorial lives at:

git clone https://github.com/ipython/ipython-in-depth
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