So, at the moment there is no official support for different kernels, BUT by accident I’ve realised it’s possible to still use id 🤯.
While not the most convenient way to do this, it’s pretty straightforward.
- Setup jupyter notebooks for your platform, I won’t get into details of this
as there is official documentation. In nutshell, you should be able to run
jupyter notebookand get working notebook running in your browser.
- Now start jupyter in your working directory
- Go to the url provided from CLI.
- Now you can open the newly created notebook with VSCode. On macos with
- You can now stop the server from step 3.
If all went well, you should see notebook open and running similar to this
NOTE you might need to select the appropriate interpreter and
notebook. Also I needed restart of vscode after doing that.