Jupyter Notebooks (
.ipynb files) are a community standard for communicating and performing interactive computing. They are documents that combine live runnable
code with narrative text (Markdown), equations (LaTeX), images, interactive visualizations and other rich output.
qBraid Lab provides an interface to create and interact with Jupyter Notebooks, and includes a number of additional key features and integrations to enhance the quantum developer’s experience.
Create a notebook by clicking the
+ button in the file browser and then selecting a kernel in the new Launcher tab.
In the Launcher tab, under Notebooks, clicking on an ipykernel associated with an activated environment will automatically
launch a Jupyter notebook (
.ipynb file) using that kernel.
Switch notebook kernel
In the upper-right of any open notebook, you can see which kernel is in use.
Clicking on the name of the current kernel, as circled above, will open the kernel selector, and allow you switch to any other active kernel.