In this short guide, you’ll see the steps to add Julia to Jupyter Notebook from scratch.
Steps to add Julia to Jupyter Notebook
Step 1: Download and Install Julia
If you haven’t already done so, download Julia for your operating system.
Follow the instructions to complete the installation on your system.
Step 2: Open the Julia Command-Line
Next, open the Julia command-line, also known as the REPL (read-eval-print-loop):
Step 3: Add Julia to Jupyter Notebook
In order to add Julia to Jupyter Notebook, you’ll need to type the following command and then press ENTER:
Then, type this command and press ENTER:
You’ll have to wait a minute or so for the installation to complete.
Step 4: Download and Install Anaconda
If you haven’t already done so, download the Anaconda Distribution for your operating system. Once you are done with the installation, click on the Anaconda Navigator.
From the Anaconda Navigator, you’ll be able to launch Jupyter Notebook by clicking on the Launch button within the Jupyter box.
Step 5: Create a new Notebook
To create a new Notebook for Julia:
- Click on New which is located on the top-right of your screen
- Then, select Julia from the drop-down list
Step 6: Write your Code
For the final step, write your code. For example, here is a simple code to print “Hello World” using Julia:
Click on Run to execute the code, and the phrase, Hello World, would be printed as follows: