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A Jupyter kernel for chapel

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# Jupyter Kernel Chapel

## Using Chapel in Jupyter

It is possible to use [Jupyter](http://www.jupyter.org) as front-end for Chapel.

### Installation

These installation instructions are for Ubuntu Linux 16.04 (Xenial).

#### Python and Jupyter

If you want to run the Jupyter notebook locally on your computer, you need a recent version
of Python 2 or 3 and Jupyter installed. The use of Python 3 is recommended.

To install Python3 run

```bash

apt-get install python3-pip
```

We recommend using Python3, but you can also use Python2.

To install Jupyter using pip, run

```bash

pip3 install jupyter
```

#### Chapel

Please install Chapel in shared mode

```bash

export CHPL_LIB_PIC=shared
```

#### Jupyter Kernel Chapel

```bash
pip3 install jupyter-kernel-chapel

```

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