How to import Anaconda environments in the Jupyter Notebook?

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Enter this commands in the Anaconda terminal to add your new environment, here called NewEnv.

First install ipykernel (you can do it in the base environment):

Now use ipykernel to add NewEnv:

Done! You can find more details in this tutorial. If you are looking for setting up a Python environment with Anaconda and get a short overview of some useful Anaconda commands, you could find this post interesting.

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