Example Julia notebook

More info here: https://github.com/JuliaLang/IJulia.jl

Before you start Jupyter Notebook, you need to have Julia create a local kernel.

First, activate the notebook environment from the command line:

conda activate notebook

Now, start Julia on the command line, and type these commands:

using Pkg
import IJulia

Finish with typing Ctrl-D.

Now you can start Jupyter Notebook:


... and when you click New in the menu, there should be an option to select Julia.