Azure Notebooks Documentation
Azure Notebooks is a free hosted service to develop and run Jupyter notebooks in the cloud with no installation. Jupyter (formerly IPython) is an open source project that lets you easily combine markdown text, executable code (Python, R, and F#), persistent data, graphics, and visualizations onto a single, sharable canvas called a notebook.
Learn to work with Azure Notebooks by exploring these quickstarts.
Create and share a notebook
Learn how to create and run a Jupyter notebook on Azure Notebooks, then share that notebook with others.
Clone a notebook
Learn how to clone a Jupyter notebook from a GitHub repository and run it in your Azure Notebooks account.
Migrate a local Jupyter notebook
Learn how to transfer a Jupyter notebook to Azure Notebooks from your local computer or a web URL, then share it for collaboration.
Create a project with a custom environment
Learn how to configure an Azure Notebooks project in with a specific set of installed packages and startup scripts.
Sign in and set a user ID
Learn how to sign into Azure notebooks and set a user ID, which gives you the ability to access saved projects and share notebooks with others.
Use the following samples to work with Notebooks: