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Jump to: Command Mode (press Esc to enable), Edit Mode (press Enter to enable)

Enter

enter edit mode

Shift+­Enter

run cell, select below

Ctrl+Enter

run cell

Alt+Enter

run cell, insert below

Y

to code

M

to markdown

R

to raw

1

to heading 1

2,3,4,5,6

to heading 2,3,4,5,6

Up/K

select cell above

Down/J

select cell below

A/B

insert cell above/­below

X

cut selected cell

C

copy selected cell

Shift+V

paste cell above

V

paste cell below

Z

undo last cell deletion

D

delete selected cell

Shift+M

merge cell below

Ctrl+S

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L

toggle line numbers

O

toggle output

Shift+O

toggle output scrolling

Esc

close pager

H

show keyboard shortcut help dialog

I

interrupt kernel

0

restart kernel

Space

scroll down

ShiftSpace

scroll up

Shift

ignore

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Tab

code completion or indent

Shift+Tab

tooltip

Ctrl+]

indent

Ctrl+[

dedent

Ctrl+A

select all

Ctrl+Z

undo

Ctrl+S­hift+Z

redo

Ctrl+Y

redo

Ctrl+Home

go to cell start

Ctrl+Up

go to cell start

Ctrl+End

go to cell end

Ctrl+Down

go to cell end

Ctrl+Left

go one word left

Ctrl+Right

go one word right

Ctrl+B­ack­space

delete word before

Ctrl+D­elete

delete word after

Esc

command mode

Ctrl+M

command mode

Ctrl+S­hift+minus

split cell

Ctrl+S

Save and Checkpoint

Up

move cursor up or previous cell

Down

move cursor down or next cell

Ctrl+/

toggle comment on current or selected lines

Created by SarthakMenpara on 6/19/2017

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A package that works like the Jupyter Notebook, but inside Atom. It's registered as an opener for .ipynb files — try opening one!

Install

  1. Install dependencies:
OS X
  • Python 3: brew install python3 (there are issues with pip2 and OS X 10.11)
  • Jupyter and Jupyter Kernel Gateway: pip3 install jupyter jupyter_kernel_gateway
Linux (Debian)
  • Python: sudo apt-get install python python-pip
  • Jupyter and Jupyter Kernel Gateway: pip install jupyter jupyter_kernel_gateway
  1. apm install jupyter-notebook or search for jupyter-notebook inside of Atom

Usage

  • Run cell: SHIFT+ENTER, CMD+ENTER (or CTRL+ENTER on Windows)

Developers

Install

  1. git clone https://github.com/jupyter/atom-notebook.git
  2. apm install
  3. apm link

Achitecture

This package is built on React and the Flux architecture.

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Map

  • main tells Atom how to render NotebookEditor and registers as an Opener for .ipynb files
  • dispatcher is a singleton flux.Dispatcher which contains the list of valid actions
  • notebook-editor is the Store and handles all of the business logic. It loads the file in, creates a state, then receives Actions and updates the state accordingly.
  • notebook-editor-view, notebook-cell, text-editor, display-area are the views. notebook-editor-view updates its state by fetching it from notebook-editor, then passes appropriate bits of that state down to the other views as props.

Flow

Rendering:NotebookEditor -> NotebookEditorView -> [child views]

Updating:[external action] -> Dispatcher.dispatch -> NotebookEditor.onAction ?-> NotebookEditor._onChange -> NotebookEditorView._onChange

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Immutable state

The state returned by NotebookEditor.getState is an Immutable.js object.

Accessing its properties inside a view looks like this:

Changing it (in NotebookEditor) looks like this:

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or this:

Since React requires a view's state to be a regular JS object, the state of NotebookEditorView takes the form:

No other views have state.

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To do

  • autocomplete
    • atom.workspace.getActiveTextEditor() returns undefined because atom.workspace.getActivePaneItem() returns our custom NotebookEditor class which contains one or more TextEditors, therefore autocomplete, find, and features provided by other packages don't work in cells
  • add more actions (duplicate cell, restart kernel, change cell type, etc)
  • tell React our rendering is pure
  • test rendering performance with big notebooks