In the user interface of Jupyter, just beside the logo in the header, the file name is displayed.
You can find the menu bar below the header. Each menu contains many options that will be discussed later.
A row of icons forming toolbar helps user to perform often required operations
The notebook has two modes − Command mode and Edit mode. Notebook enters edit mode when a cell is clicked. Notice the pencil symbol just besides name of kernel.
Kernel indicator symbol is displayed just to the right of kernel name. Note that a hollow circle means kernel is idle and solid circle means it is busy.
The following are the options available in the File menu −
|Sr.No.||File menu & Description|
choose the kernel to start new notebook
Takes user to dashboard to choose notebook to open
save current notebook and start new kernel
rename current notebook
saves current notebook and stores current checkpoint
reverts state of notebook to earlier checkpoint
export notebook in one of various file formats
The file formats that are available are shown below −
Edit menu consists of buttons to perform cut, copy and paste cells, delete selected cell, split and merge cells, move cells up and down, find and replace within notebook, cut/copy attachments and insert image.
Buttons in this menu help us to hide/display header, toolbar and cell numbers.
This menu gives you options for inserting cell before or after the current cell.
The options in this menu let user run all or specific cells in the notebook. You can also set the cell type to code type, markdown or raw nbconvert type.
From this menu you can start, interrupt, restart or shutdown the kernel. You can also start a new kernel.
From this menu you can save, clear, download or embed widget state.
Various predefined keyboard shortcuts are displayed from this menu. You can also edit the shortcuts as per your convenience.