Official doc


Show the location of the config directory.


Show the location of the data directory.


Show all Jupyter directories and search paths.

nbextension list#

List notebook extensions

labextension list#

List lab extensions

notebook list#

List currently running notebook servers.

(usp) λ jupyter notebook list
Currently running servers:
http://localhost:8888/?token=e1782e715929665dbda4857ff96ad8efb855836a061434df :: D:\spl\projects\usp\machine-learning
kernelspec list#

List installed kernels

Example of output:

Available kernels:
  constellium-docs             C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Roaming\jupyter\kernels\constellium-docs
  machine-learning-jh44uwir    C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Roaming\jupyter\kernels\machine-learning-jh44uwir
  python3                      C:\Users\<USER>\.conda\envs\usp\share\jupyter\kernels\python3

You can use a kernel like that for example:

jupyter qtconsole --kernel=machine-learning-jh44uwir

Execute a notebook from command line#

jupyter nbconvert --to notebook --execute --inplace mynotebook.ipynb

If you omit --inplace, a file *.notebook.ipynb is created instead.

More info (official doc)

Run Jupyter Lab like an App with Chrome#


jupyter notebook will open equally as an app

If you don’t have the config file in C:\Users\<USER>\.jupyter, run:

jupyter lab --generate-config

Then edit the c.NotebookApp.browser in jupyter_notebook_config.py.

c.NotebookApp.browser = '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --app=%s'

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