I used [MacPorts], [as always], to install the new code for Jupyter:
port install py34-jupyter
*Note: you may need to prepend `sudo` to install software on your setup.*
But the new command `jupyter notebook` only returned `-bash: jupyter: command not found` for me. I tried various alternatives, but got nowhere until I returned to `ipython notebook`. *Presto.* And even better, now I have this:
Note: make sure you install Jupyter as per the instructions above before attempting to install the packages below, which require `zmq` and will, in my experience, fail to install as a result. (I also tend to run R as `sudo` to do this, which may be a holdover from some previous troubleshooting.)
With Jupyter notebook installed, enter the following in the R shell:
repos = c(‘http://irkernel.github.io/’,
See [iRkernel] for more information.
Once you’re done: `ipython notebook` and you’re done.
[as always]: http://johnlaudun.org/20121230-macports-the-key-to-python-happiness/