Make sure you have jupyter installed and virtual envrionment set up already. I prefer virtualenv. If you don't have it set up, you can follow these steps,
$ pip install jupyter $ pip install virtualenv $ python -m virtualenv venv $ source venv/bin/activate
Here, we've created virtual environment called
venv and activated it.
Now, let's install kernel specific to your virtual environment that you'll be able to use in your notebook.
$ pip install ipykernel $ python -m ipykernel install --user --name=some_cool_project_name
Now you can launch the jupyter notebook (from a different terminal) and select the kernel by going to
Change Kernel >
some_cool_project_name via the menu.
Note I've installed the jupyter outside the virtual environment, but if you choose to install it inside, then you'll have to launch jupyter from inside the virtual environment instead of open a different terminal.