Jupyter Notebook keyboard shortcuts

Jupyter Notebook  

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
4 years ago
- Shortcuts
Press Esc to enable Command Mode.
1
⤶ Enter

Enter edit mode

-1
↑   Shift + ⤶ Enter

Run cell, select below

6
Ctrl + ⤶ Enter

Run cell

2
Alt + ⤶ Enter

Run cell, insert below

4
Y

Go to code

-1
M

Go to markdown

0
R

Go to raw

4
1

Go to heading 1

-2
2

…to 6:  Go to heading 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

-1

Select cell above

0
or K
3

Select cell below

0
or J
13
A

Insert cell above

5
B

Insert cell below

1
X

Cut selected cell

1
C

Copy selected cell

-2
↑   Shift + V

Paste cell above

0
V

Paste cell below

0
Z

Undo last cell deletion

0
D then D

Delete selected cell

1
↑   Shift + M

Merge cell below

0
Ctrl + S

Save and Checkpoint

1
L

Toggle line numbers

0
O

Toggle output

0
↑   Shift + O

Toggle output scrolling

0
Esc

Close pager

2
H

Show keyboard shortcut help dialog

1
I then I

Interrupt kernel

-1
0

Restart kernel

0
Space

Scroll down

1
↑   Shift + Space

Scroll up

0
↑   Shift

Ignore

  Press Enter to enable Edit Mode.
0
Tab

Code completion or indent

5
↑   Shift + Tab

Tooltip

1
Ctrl + ]

Indent

1
Ctrl + [

Dedent

1
Ctrl + A

Select all

0
Ctrl + Z

Undo

-1
Ctrl + ↑   Shift + Z

Redo

1
or Ctrl + Y
-1
Ctrl + Home

Go to cell start

0
or Ctrl +
1
Ctrl + End

Go to cell end

0
or Ctrl +
0
Ctrl +

Go one word left

1
Ctrl +

Go one word right

0
Ctrl + Backspace

Delete word before

0
Ctrl + Del

Delete word after

-2
Esc

Command mode

0
or Ctrl + M
3
↑   Shift + ⤶ Enter

Run cell, select below

2
Ctrl + ⤶ Enter

Run cell

0
Alt + ⤶ Enter

Run cell, insert below

0
Ctrl + ↑   Shift + -

Split cell

0
Ctrl + S

Save and Checkpoint

0

Move cursor up or previous cell

0

Move cursor down or next cell

9
Ctrl + /

Toggle comment on current or selected lines

-1
Ctrl + ↑   Shift + P

Command palette

3
↑   Shift + Tab

Show the Docstring (documentation) for the the object you have just typed in a code cell

2
Ctrl + ↑   Shift + -

Split cell into two

0
Esc + F

Find and replace in code

0
Esc + O

Toggle cell output

0
↑   Shift + J

Select next cell in downwards direction

0
or ↑   Shift +
0
↑   Shift + K

Select cell above

0
or ↑   Shift +
0
↑   Shift + M

Merge multiple cells


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Program information

Program name: Jupyter Notebook Jupyter Notebook (Developer tools)

Jupyter Notebook is an open-source, web-based computing environment for creating live code, equations, visualizations, and narrative text.

Web page: jupyter.org

Last update: 9/9/2020 7:37 AM UTC

How easy to press shortcuts: 86%

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Shortcut count: 69

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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