Creating a Virtual Environment in Jupyter Notebook for Windows

You need to have Anaconda installed.

  1. Open Anaconda Prompt and create a new environment with the following command.
    conda create --name NewEnv python=3.7.0
  2. Activate the new environment.
    conda activate NewEnv
  3. Install ipykernel in the new environment.
    (NewEnv) $ pip install ipykernel
  4. Install the new environment to Jupyter Notebook.
    python -m ipykernel install --user --name=NewEnv
  5. Check your new environment in Jupyter Notebook.