Getting started: Jupyter Notebook, the easy way to learn Bloqade

Jupyter Notebook is a great environment to start learning about Bloqade, as it enables users to run, edit and modify portions of of the code without executing the entire program.

Here’s an easy guide to run Bloqade in Jupyter notebook

  1. First, make sure you have Julia installed on your computer, see instructions here

  2. If you don’t have Jupyter notebook on your computer yet, Jupyter notebook is automatically installed as part of Anaconda navigator, which can be downloaded here:

  3. Open Anaconda and launch Jupyter notebook

  4. This opens a page in your browser. Scroll through your files here to open the project you want to work on.

  1. To add Julia to Jupyter notebook, open Julia’s interactive session (known as REPL), press ] key in the REPL to use the package mode, and then add Julia to Jupyter Notebook via:

pkg> add IJulia

Any questions? Leave a comment so we can help.

add IJulia
(without quote after IJulia)