Jupyter Notebook Markdown Cheat Sheet

In Jupyter

Jupyter Notebook is a popular tool used by data scientists, researchers, and developers for data analysis, visualization, and machine learning. One of the key features of Jupyter Notebook is its support for Markdown, a lightweight markup language that allows users to format text, add images, and create tables in a simple and intuitive way.

Markdown is a text-to-HTML conversion tool that allows users to write plain text using simple syntax and convert it into formatted HTML. In Jupyter Notebook, Markdown cells can be used to create documentation, explain code, or provide context for data analysis. Markdown cells can be easily created by selecting the cell type as Markdown from the dropdown menu in the toolbar.

This cheat sheet provides an extensive list of markdown syntax for Jupyter Notebook.

Basic Syntax

#Heading 1
##Heading 2
###Heading 3
####Heading 4
#####Heading 5
######Heading 6
***bold and italic***Bold and Italic
> quoteBlockquote
-Unordered List
1.Ordered List
---Horizontal Rule
`code`Inline Code
codeCode Block

Links and Images

[link text](url)Link
![alt text](image url)Image


| Column 1 | Column 2 |Table Header
| --- | --- |Table Separator
| Row 1, Column 1 | Row 1, Column 2 |Table Row

Code Blocks

```pythonCode Block with Syntax Highlighting
```Code Block without Syntax Highlighting

LaTeX Equations

$equation$Inline Equation
$$equation$$Display Equation

Task Lists

- [ ] taskUnchecked Task
- [x] taskChecked Task




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