Creating a custom
jupyte notebook kernel
Create a python virtual environment using either
cmd.exe, activate the virtual environment and issue the following to commands
pipenv install jupyter
pipenv install ipykernel
To create the custom
ipythonkernel, issue the following commands
python -m ipykernel install --user --name other-env --display-name "whatever name you want to give the kernel"
python -m ipykernel install --user --display-name "whatever name you want to give the kernel"
--name other-envargument, value pair is optional. See here for explanation
Now when you reload your
ipython/jupyternotebooks you should see the newly created kernel listed under kernels. You can see some kernels I've created in the screenshot below.