JupyterLab Desktop App now available #Python #Jupyter @ProjectJupyter
Jupyter announces the release of the desktop application for JupyterLab.
JupyterLab App is the cross-platform standalone application distribution of JupyterLab. It is a self-contained desktop application which bundles a Python environment with several popular Python libraries ready to use in scientific computing and data science workflows.
JupyterLab App is cross platform and works on Debian and Fedora based Linux, macOS and Windows operating systems. One-click installers are available for each platform.
JupyterLab App is based on Electron and it runs the front-end of JupyterLab inside an embedded browser. The backend of the JupyterLab along with Python libraries are provided via a bundled conda Python environment. Libraries included in the environment are numpy, scipy, pandas, ipywidgets and matplotlib.
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