May 03, 2019 | category 👉 python, GIS, cartography, remote sensing, image processingShare on:
We already setup our python environment in this tutorial, so let move forward to the next step where we going to setup our working directory. For this tutorial I will using Jupyter Notebook, but before that lets setup and prepare our workspace.
First, lets check a list of available environment within Anaconda. From previous tutorial we already created an environment called ‘geopy’. Type this command in the Anaconda terminal to check our environment:
conda env list
As you can see, the output will be a list of available environment. OK, lets activate the ‘geopy’ environment.
conda activate geopy
We are in our ‘geopy’ environment now and next we will create a configuration file
jupyter_notebook_config.py. Create this file using following command line:
jupyter notebook --generate-config
Check that file in your home directory, usually for Windows user it is in
In my case it is in
jupyter_notebook_config.py and edit the line with
# c.NotebookApp.notebook_dir. Remove # sign and write the working directory at the end of the line.
For this tutorial I have created a folder named
C:\PythonTutorial and I need the notebook server to be run within this directory.
So now we can start running the Jupyter Notebook by following command line:
The notebook server address will be directed to
http://localhost:8888/tree and it will open automatically in your favourite browser.
Viola..! now you can start working in Jupyter Notebook.
Create a new notebook by clicking a
New button then select