In this post I will show you how to set JuliaPro’s installation of Julia on a separate kernel in Jupyter on Windows. I recently installed JuliaPro at the suggestion by one of my coworkers, but doing so changed the local installation of the Julia kernel on Jupyter. If you don’t currently use Julia and JuliaPro is your first and only install, then you may not need to read any further as the Julia kernel in your Jupyter will be the one from JuliaPro.

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Alfredo G Marquez

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