Jupyter Interactive Notebook. Contribute to jupyter/notebook development by creating an account on GitHub. This extension allows you to edit or remove the default notebook. Currently, this extension supports the editing of any shortcut provided by Jupyter.
- Jupiter Notebook Shortcut For Markdown Windows
- Jupyter Notebook Markdown Latex
- Jupiter Notebook Shortcut For Markdown Mac
After completing this page, you will be able to:
- Create new Code and
- Run Code and
Jupyter Notebookto execute
Pythoncode and render
- List useful shortcuts for common tasks in
Work With Python Code and Markdown Cells in Jupyter Notebook
Recall that a
Jupyter Notebook file consists of a set of cells that can store text or code.
- Text Cells: Text cells allow you to write and render
Markdownsyntax. This is where you can describe and document your workflow.
- Code Cells: Code cells allow you to write and run programming code (e.g.
Create New Cells
You can use either the Menu tools or Keyboard Shortcuts to create new cells.
|Function||Keyboard Shortcut||Menu Tools|
|Create new cell||Esc + a (above), Esc + b (below)||Insert→ Insert Cell Above OR Insert → Insert Cell Below|
|Copy Cell||c||Copy Key|
|Paste Cell||v||Paste Key|
While the default cell type for new cells is Code, you can change the cell type of any existing cell by clicking in the cell and selecting a new cell type (e.g.
Markdown) in the cell type menu in the toolbar.
Cell type options include Code, Markdown, Raw NBConvert (for text to remain unmodified by nbconvert), and Heading.
To use the Keyboard Shortcuts, hit the
esc key. After that, you can change a cell to Markdown by hitting the
m key, or you can change a cell to Code by hitting the
Python Code Cells
You can run any cell in
Jupyter Notebook (regardless of whether it contains Code or
Markdown) using the Menu tools or Keyboard Shortcuts.
|Function||Keyboard Shortcut||Menu Tools|
|Run Cell||Ctrl + enter||Cell → Run Cell|
For example, you can add a new Code cell and then run the following
Python code (e.g.
3 + 4). Your result, or output, will be displayed below the Code cell that you run.
You can run
Markdown cells in the same way that you can run code cells. However, when you run a
Markdown cell, the text formatted using
Markdown syntax will be rendered as stylized text.
This means that headings are larger and bold, bulleted lists have bullets next to them instead of
*, and regular text looks normal. No outputs will appear below the Markdown cell.
For example, the
Markdown syntax below represents 3 headers. You can double-click in any
Markdown cell to see the raw
Markdown syntax, which for the cell below would appear like this raw
To see the
Markdown as stylized text, run the cell. It should look like the text printed below:
This is a subtitle in Markdown
This is a smaller subtitle
This is an even smaller subtitle
Rearrange Cells in a Jupyter Notebook
You can change the order of cells within
Jupyter Notebook using the
up arrow and
down arrow buttons on the menu bar. To do this, click inside the cell that you want to move and then press the desired arrow as many times as you need to move the Cell to the desired location.
Clear Results in Jupyter Notebook
Sometimes, you may want to clear any output results that have been produced. You can do this using the Menu:
Jupiter Notebook Shortcut For Markdown Windows
|Cell -> Current Outputs -> Clear|
This will clear the current cell that you are working in, which you can activate by clicking in a cell.
You can also clear all of the output using the Menu Tools.
|Cell -> All Output -> Clear|
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Markdown cell displays text which can be formatted using markdown language. In order to enter a text which should not be treated as code by Notebook server, it must be first converted as markdown cell either from cell menu or by using keyboard shortcut M while in command mode. The In prompt before cell disappears.
Jupyter Notebook Markdown Latex
A markdown cell can display header text of 6 sizes, similar to HTML headers. Start the text in markdown cell by # symbol. Use as many # symbols corresponding to level of header you want. It means single # will render biggest header line, and six # symbols renders header of smallest font size. The rendering will take place when you run the cell either from cell menu or run button of toolbar.
Following screenshot shows markdown cells in edit mode with headers of three different levels.
When cells are run, the output is as follows −
Note that Jupyter notebook markdown doesn’t support WYSWYG feature. The effect of formatting will be rendered only after the markdown cell is run.
To render a numbered list as is done by <ol> tag of HTML, the First item in the list should be numbered as 1. Subsequent items may be given any number. It will be rendered serially when the markdown cell is run. To show an indented list, press tab key and start first item in each sublist with 1.
If you give the following data for markdown −
It will display the following list −
Each item in the list will display a solid circle if it starts with – symbol where as solid square symbol will be displayed if list starts with * symbol. The following example explains this feature −
The rendered markdown shows up as below −
Jupiter Notebook Shortcut For Markdown Mac
Markdown text starting with http or https automatically renders hyperlink. To attach link to text, place text in square brackets  and link in parentheses () optionally including hovering text. Following screenshot will explain this.
The rendered markdown appears as shown below −
Bold and Italics
To show a text in bold face, put it in between double underscores or two asterisks. To show in italics, put it between single underscores or single asterisks.
The result is as shown below −
To display image in a markdown cell, choose ‘Insert image’ option from Edit menu and browse to desired image file. The markdown cell shows its syntax as follows −
Image will be rendered on the notebook as shown below −
In a markdown cell, a table can be constructed using (pipe symbol) and – (dash) to mark columns and rows. Note that the symbols need not be exactly aligned while typing. It should only take respective place of column borders and row border. Notebook will automatically resize according to content. A table is constructed as shown below −
The output table will be rendered as shown below −