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A simple python package to get the path of the current IPython / Jupyter Notebook file.

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A simple python package to get the path of the current IPython / Jupyter Notebook file.

Installation

pip install ipynb-path

Usage

If you can access to your Jupyter Notebook/Lab server without a password, you can use just ipynb_path.get() in a .ipynb file.

import ipynb_path
__file__ = ipynb_path.get()

If you need a password to access the server, you should specify it.

import ipynb_path
__file__ = ipynb_path.get(password='foo')

You can also specify __name__ for compatibility between .py and .ipynb. In this case, ipynb_path.get() does not overwrite __file__ even if it is called in a .py file.

import ipynb_path
__file__ = ipynb_path.get(__name__)

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