Jupyter Notebook on Raspberry Pi

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About Jupyter Notebook

The Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text. Uses include: data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, machine learning and much more.

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Step 1: Installation

Type the following into the terminal:

sudo su -
apt-get update
apt-get install python3-matplotlib
apt-get install python3-scipy
pip3 install --upgrade pip
reboot
sudo pip3 install jupyter

The Raspberry Pi normally uses an memory card, called an SD card, just like the ones you might use in your digital camera. They don’t have as much space as a normal computer. Issue the following command to clean up the software packages that were downloaded in order to update your Raspberry Pi.

sudo apt-get clean

Recent versions of Raspian replaced the Epiphany web browser with Chromium (an open source version of the popular Chrome browser). Epiphany is much lighter than the heavier Chromium and works better with the tiny Raspberry Pi Zero. To set it as the default browser to be used later for the IPython notebooks issue the following command:

sudo update-alternatives --config x-www-browser

sudo reboot

Step 2: Testing

Start IPython by issuing the following command from the Terminal:

jupyter-notebook

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9 Discussions

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urowietu

4 months ago on Introduction

Fantastic.

I had been mucking about for ages and this sorted it right out. Now I can properly code on the move.

Beauty.

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FranciscoB32

Question 1 year ago

I'd like to install numpy. How should I proceed? Thank you.

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wei彥

1 year ago

How to set if you want to use putty under windown

I used the previous IPyter method but the settings look different.

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JorgeA236

Question 1 year ago

hi,
I try to run yolo in realtime on my laptop, macbook mid 2012 coreI5, but is very slow, the fps and recognition, any 5 second change the image, and i saw some people run yolo on devices like you, raspberry pi, the cpu is very low than my cpu, how do this posible.

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gerard_g

1 year ago

I found why the buttons were missing. I didn't have any ipynb files. When I clicked new, the missing buttons showed up and the screen became editable.

Thank you.