How to use Python notebooks using Python 3?

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I am new to Python. I want to use Python notebooks for learning data science. How do I setup everything?
Jul 26 in Python by Neel
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This can be done using following steps -

1. Install Anaconda for Python 3

2. After installation, setup python 3 environment using command line instructions.

3. You can also setup Anaconda's Python 3 environment as Pycharm's interpreter.

4. After this you simply need to open Anaconda prompt and type jupyter notebook. After this you will get a link that will open in the browser and this is your notebook.
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