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Once Anaconda is installed

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Cover of Learning Jupyter

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This is not longer necessary. The Anaconda (I used Anaconda3) install does this for you. Also, the instructions for running conda do no work. If you attempt to run in a command shell the conda command fails. This may because when you install Anaconda it is not advise to include Anacoda in the path. You can run conda, however, in a Anaconda shell, but, again, Jupyter was already installed.