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Spyder notebook plugin

Spyder plugin to use Jupyter notebooks inside Spyder. Currently it supports basic functionality such as creating new notebooks, opening any notebook in your filesystem and saving notebooks at any location.

You can also use Spyder's file switcher to easily switch between notebooks and open an IPython console connected to the kernel of a notebook to inspect its variables in the Variable Explorer.

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Important Announcement: Spyder is unfunded!

Since mid November/2017, Anaconda, Inc has stopped funding Spyder development, after doing it for the past 18 months. Because of that, development will focus from now on maintaining Spyder 3 at a much slower pace than before.

If you want to contribute to maintain Spyder, please consider donating at

We appreciate all the help you can provide us and can't thank you enough for supporting the work of Spyder devs and Spyder development.

If you want to know more about this, please read this page.


To install this plugin, you can use either pip or conda package managers, as follows:

Using conda (the recommended way!):

conda install spyder-notebook -c spyder-ide

Using pip:

pip install spyder-notebook


This project depends on:


Visit our CHANGELOG file to know more about our new features and improvements.

Development and contribution

To start contributing to this project you can execute python install to test your changes on Spyder. We follow PEP8 and PEP257 style guidelines.


You can ask your questions at the Spyder group or create a issue in this repo. We will be more than glad to answer.




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