Announcing .NET Jupyter Notebooks
Jupyter Notebooks has been the significant player in the interactive development space for many years, and Notebooks have played a vital role in the continued popularity of languages like Python, R, Julia, and Scala. Interactive experiences like this give users with a lightweight tool (I like to say "interactive paper") for learning, iterative development, and data science and data manipulation.
The F# community has enjoyed F# in Juypter Notebooks from years with the pioneering functional work of Rick Minerich, Colin Gravill and many other contributors!
As Try .NET has grown to support more interactive C# and F# experiences across the web with runnable code snippets, and an interactive documentation generator for .NET Core with the dotnet try global tool, we're happy to take that same codebase to the next level, by announcing C# and F# in Jupyter notebooks.
.NET in Jupyter Notebooks
Even better you can start playing with it today, locally or in the cloud!
.NET in Anaconda locally
- .NET Core 3.0 SDK and 2.1 as currently the
dotnet tryglobal tool targets 2.1.
- Jupyter : JupyterLab can be installed using Anaconda or
- For more details on how to do this please checkout the offical Jupyter installation guide.
Install the .NET Kernel
- Open Anaconda Prompt (Installed with Anaconda
- Install the dotnet try global tool
dotnet tool install --global dotnet-try
Please note: If you have the
dotnet try global tool already installed, you will need to uninstall the older version and get the latest before grabbing the Jupyter kernel-enabled version of the dotnet try global tool.
Check to see if Jupyter is installed
jupyter kernelspec list
Install the .NET kernel!
dotnet try jupyter install
jupyter kernelspec list
You should see the
and it'd be great to have more community contributions
Such a great job. Congrats.
I'm a little cautious because every time I've tried to install Python on my PC, I've ended up breaking the installation, ripping it out and giving up :P
I want to share by a Binder image my c# notebooks and I followed this tuto:
Everything ok, but when I open my badge/Binder image there´s no kernel installed!!, but the Dockerfile was ok, the builder I think its also ok and if I check the jupyter terminal theres only one kernel!!(the python default). So it is placing the kernels in the wrong way?? Becasue if you do locally it place the kernel in a differente place but it is able to read it! I mean:
(base) C:\Users\enrique.cervino>jupyter kernelspec list
Local & Roaming?? In local is able to recognise that but in remote maybe it isnt??
I have made two questions on `Reddit` and `Stackoverflow`, here the links with images:
from the binder docs:
Here’s an example of a Dockerfile FROM statement that would work.
The following examples would not work:
Is it something Microsoft is officially supporting or a side-project?
In this part:
.NET IN ANACONDA LOCALLY
.NET Core 3.0 SDK and 2.1 as currently the dotnet try global tool targets 2.1.
What am I supposed to install? 3.0 SDK? 2.1? both?
Can you create a working Docker image with Jupyter/.Net?
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Does this official kernel have a Github repo? I would love to contribute...