Problem installing Jupyter notebook

Trying to install Jupyter notebook. I have minicondo and I have python install yet nothing I do following the steps allows me to install jupyter notebooks. I am on Windows 10 if that makes a difference. Can anyone help me?

in cmd type ‘install jupyter’

Tried that multiple times I receive error install is not recognized as internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

If you’re using miniconda then you’d want conda install. For jupyter notebook see their install guidance (notebook is the second one down)-

Oh wow, that worked thank you, so that worked. Used the code for conda and install juypter but now what? I thought it would open up the program in the browser?

There’s a link on that same page for guidance on running it, but jupyter notebook should then open the program in your browser.

I followed their steps it doesn’t work. My command prompt still doesn’t work and neither did the conda. I am confused here.

Nevermind figured it out. I forgot to put in the backslash behind the file name. Thank you all for your help. Now I can work on this loop project.

I’m having the exact same problem. Just installed the Miniforge 3 but I am not being able to go anywhere.

I’m also running windows 10.

Everytime i try running:

conda install -c conda-forge notebook

As instructed here: Project Jupyter | Installing the Jupyter Software

I get a message saying conda is not recognised as internal or external command.

For win it may be easier if you check your start menu for the anaconda prompt (either cmd or powershell as your preference). These should start with conda correctly sourced in that particular shell and the commands should then work.

Thank you fr your reply.

I do have a problem as Anaconda is 1 version behing the python version i have.

Anaconda is Python 3.8 but currently i have Python 3.9.

If you’re just starting out you’ll probably have an easier time working with conda. There’s no pressing reason to use python 3.9 over 3.8 that I’m aware of. If you’d rather use 3.9 then look into the instructions for installing with pip instead of conda.