I have summarized the Jupyter Notebook shortcuts and the most used code snippets below that will save your time while using Jupyter notebook.
These shortcuts are for Jupyter Notebook version 5.6.0.
Command mode and Edit mode
When using shortcuts, it is necessary to pay attention to whether the notebook is command or editing mode.
1. Command mode:
2. Edit mode:
- shift + enter executes cell and selects the cell below.
- ctrl + enter executes cell.
- alt + enter executes cell, adds a cell below the selected cell and tab is active in.
- A adds a cell above the selected cell.
- B adds a cell below the selected cell.
- C copies cell.
- V paste cell.
- D , Pressing D 2 times deletes the selected cell.
- shift + M Hold down shift, select cells, and then press M, cells are merged.
- I , If I is pressed 2 times consecutively, the kernel stops.
- 0 , Restarts the kernel with the dialog box.
- Y , returns the cell to code mode.
- M, returns the cell to markdown mode.
- ctrl + click Multiple editing can be done by holding down ctrl and selecting multiple cursors with the mouse.
- ctrl + / If ctrl is pressed and the lines to be commented are selected “/” pressed, collective comments are made.
- tab to complete and indent code
cmd +shift + p You can list all commands in Jupyter Notebook.
View all keyboard shortcuts
If you press H ‘(in Command Mode), you can see what are the shortcuts on the keyboard.
Below are the text snippets you will use frequently while working on the notebook.
from __future__ import division import numpy as np import pandas as pd from pandas import Series, DataFrame from numpy.random import randn from scipy import stats import matplotlib as mpl import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import seaborn as sns sns.set_style('whitegrid') %matplotlib inline import math from sklearn.linear_model import LogisticRegression from sklearn.linear_model import LinearRegression from sklearn.cross_validation import train_test_split from sklearn import metrics import statsmodels.api as sm from pprint import pprint