I had tried three: Pycharm, Jupyter Notebook, Visual Studio Code and so far I like Jupyter Notebook the most. As part of my course with the BCG RISE programme, we made use of Jupyter notebook for all of our python codes. You can get your version here: Project Jupyter | Installing Jupyter From its website, it is free and it provides a web service for interactive computing across all programming languages. What do I like about it? It runs on the browser. It is fuss-free. The directory is straightforward to navigate since it is just like windows explorer. You can create folders within the directory page and in your folder, you can upload images or files that you will be using (meaning that all items are in the same folder) so that there is no need to list the full file path in order to use the files. You can easily change the entry to a markdown to write comments or long paragraphs of notes and include images to spice up the notebook. This makes it very easy to structure and presen
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