Jupyterlab Markdown

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  1. Jupyter Notebook Markdown Cheat Sheet
  2. Jupiter Notebook Markdown Guide
  3. Jupyterlab Markdown Preview
  4. Make Jupyter Notebook Markdown Cell
  5. Jupyterlab Markdown Color

Provides free online access to Jupyter notebooks running in the cloud on Microsoft Azure. What is Markdown? Markdown is a human readable syntax (also referred to as a markup language) for formatting text documents.Markdown can be used to produce nicely formatted documents including PDFs and web pages. When you format text using Markdown in a document, it is similar to using the format tools (e.g. Bold, heading 1, heading 2) in a word processing tool like Microsoft Word or Google.

A complete overview of the current JupyterLab keyboard shortcuts:

Jupyter Notebook Markdown Cheat Sheet

(click on the picture to view it in full size or download the PDF below)

Jupiter Notebook Markdown Guide

Jupyterlab Markdown

Notes: The key combinations generally have to be be pressed simultaneously, but a - between one or more keys means that it is a sequence (press them one after another). The Accelerator key is usually mapped to Ctrl.

It is generated directly from the config file, so all combinations are included. Since JupyterLab is still under development some could not yet work. I only changed the order a bit, put related groups close to each other and to make it fit better on the page.You can also download it as PDF here.

Jupyterlab Markdown Preview

MarkdownJupyterlab

Make Jupyter Notebook Markdown Cell

The generator is implemented in Node.js, it is also on my Github as jupyter-shortcuts. You can simply clone it, run yarn install and then start it with yarn start-default to use the supplied default config file or yarn start your/changed/config.json to generate it from custom shortcuts. It provides a small http server with the generated page.

Jupyterlab Markdown Color

The json data can be obtained/edited in JupyterLab through: Settings > Advanced Settings Editor > Keyboard Shortcuts. There is currently (version 0.35.4 as time of writing) no builtin visual settings editor, this might change in the next versions with the shortcutui extension.

Update 2020: I have updated the generator to the new 2.0 config format, here is a current default output: