After installing Jupyter Notebook with pip, sometimes you still can’t execute the
jupyter notebook command:
command not found: jupyter notebook
This error occurs because Python can’t find the location to the Jupyter Notebook in your PATH environment variable.
To resolve this error, you can try running Jupyter Notebook directly as follows:
If you installed the notebook using Homebrew, then use the following command instead:
If one of those commands worked, then you need to add the path to the
bin/ folder to your PATH variable.
You can do this by running the following command:
# Or if you use Homebrew
Then run the
jupyter-notebook again. If it works, then you can add the path to the
.zshrc file to make it permanent.
If you don’t know how to edit the
.bashrc file and don’t want to find out, then you can just install the Anaconda Python platform, which will set up PATH correctly.
And that’s how you solved the error
jupyter notebook command not found. I hope this tutorial helps and happy coding!