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Installing and running JupyterLab for SageMath in Windows

asked 2021-02-12 11:44:20 +0200

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updated 2021-02-12 12:29:05 +0200

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I already followed following process I installed jupyterlab from SageMath console by command pip install jupyterlab. But when I am typing n jupyterlab in sage console then error of invalid syntax is coming.

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answered 2021-02-12 12:27:50 +0200

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Installing Sage using the Sage-Windows installer usually places several icons on the desktop:

  • SageMath x.y --- to launch the Sage REPL (i.e. "read-eval-print loop" or "command-line interface")
  • SageMath x.y Notebook --- to launch Jupyter Notebook and run Sage there
  • SageMath x.y Shell --- to run the "Sage shell" inside Cygwin

In the Sage shell, one can type pip install jupyterlab or sage -i jupyterlab_widgets which will install JupyterLab and its widgets (useful in order to use sage interacts in Jupyter sheets running in JupyterLab).

To run JupyterLab after installing it, open the Sage shell and run

 jupyter lab
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Thanks for the answer

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