Nbterm Save

Jupyter Notebooks in the terminal.

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Lets you view, edit and execute Jupyter Notebooks in the terminal.


Using pip:

pip install nbterm

Using conda:

mamba install nbterm -c conda-forge

You will also need a kernel, e.g. ipykernel or xeus-python for Python, xeus-cling for C++.


Open an interactive notebook:

$ nbterm my_notebook.ipynb

Run a notebook in batch mode:

$ nbterm --run my_notebook.ipynb

Key bindings

There are two modes: edit mode, and command mode.

  • enter: enter the edit mode, allowing to type into the cell.
  • esc: exit the edit mode and enter the command mode.

In command mode:

  • up: select cell above.
  • down: select cell below.
  • ctrl-up: move cell above.
  • ctrl-down: move cell below.
  • a: insert cell above.
  • b: insert cell below.
  • x: cut the cell.
  • c: copy the cell.
  • ctrl-v: paste cell above.
  • v: paste cell below.
  • o: set as code cell.
  • r: set as raw cell.
  • m: set as Markdown cell.
  • l: clear cell outputs.
  • ctrl-e: run cell.
  • ctrl-r: run cell and select below.
  • ctrl-s: save.
  • ctrl-q: exit.
  • ctrl-h: show help.
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