How to use Jupyter notebook efficiently: 1.0

Original article was published by Muhammad Iqbal bazmi on Deep Learning on Medium


Dive Deeper into the notebook

Let’s Dive Deeper into Markdown cell and How to use it?

First thing first, I hope you are familiar with HTML. If not, don’t worry we’ll not be using HTML to write our text, instead, we’ll use markdown style.

Headers:

There are six types of headers that you can write using # in the markdown cell

just type # and leave a space and write whatever you want as a header.

See the example below in the image.

header
  • press Shift+Enter . you will get this result
header Ouput

Lists:

Unordered list:

to initialize Unordered list you can use either *, +, or with trailing space.

See the below example…

Unordered list code

You can see in the above cell that nested elements are automatically colored differently.

Output:

Ordered List:

Output:

Ordered list

You can see that Jupyter notebook cares about all the nested list numbering.

Some more functionalities of the Jupyter notebook:

  • For Bold text, use the text enclosed with two asterisks(**), no space should be there.
  • For Italic/emphasized text, use only one asterisk(*), no space should be there.

For Block_quote/comment use > and the text further.

  • I used <hr> tag for a horizontal breaking.
  • Instead of <pre></pre> of HTML you can type a tab and trail/successor text.

The Output of above markdown command: