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Running TensorFlow in Jupyter

In order to run TensorFlow in Jupyter notebook in the conda environment that is installed in, need to do the following: source activate myenv python -m ipykernel install --user --name myenv --display-name "Python (TF)" The second command creates a Jupyter kernel that you can initiate from Jupyter notebook. Once that is done, you should be able to import tensorflow You may need to install pip install ipykernel before running the above command.

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Omar Jamil

Exeter, England
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I am a Senior Scientist at the UK Met Office, using machine learning to develop and improve the physics in the weather and climate model. I specialise in radiative transfer with remote sensing applications. In short, I create mathematical and physics models to make sense of data.