How to clear Jupyter Notebook’s output in all cells from the Linux terminal?

nbconvert 6.0 should fix –clear-output The option had been broken for a long time previously, bug report with merged patch: Usage should be for in-place operation: jupyter nbconvert –clear-output –inplace my_notebook.ipynb Or to save to another file called my_notebook_no_out.ipynb: jupyter nbconvert –clear-output \ –to notebook –output=my_notebook_no_out my_notebook.ipynb This was brought to my attention by … Read more

Why I can’t access remote Jupyter Notebook server?

Have you configured the file to allow external connections? By default, Jupyter Notebook only accepts connections from localhost (eg, from the same computer that its running on). By modifying the NotebookApp.allow_origin option from the default ‘ ‘ to ‘*’, you allow Jupyter to be accessed externally. c.NotebookApp.allow_origin = ‘*’ #allow all origins You’ll also … Read more

Install Python 3.8 kernel in Google Colaboratory

I have found how to run Python 3.8 notebook on Colab. install Anaconda3 add (fake) google.colab library start jupyterlab access it with ngrok Here’s the code # install Anaconda3 !wget -qO !bash ./ -b # a fake google.colab library !ln -s /usr/local/lib/python3.7/dist-packages/google \ /root/anaconda3/lib/python3.8/site-packages/google # start jupyterlab, which now has Python3 = 3.8 … Read more

Importing .py files in Google Colab

You can save it first, then import it. from google.colab import files src = list(files.upload().values())[0] open(‘’,’wb’).write(src) import mylib Update (nov 2018): Now you can upload easily by click at [>] to open the left pane choose file tab click [upload] and choose your [] import mylib Update (oct 2019): If you don’t want to upload … Read more