Using the Synchronize Environments extension#

The Synchronize Environments extension allows you to apply a Python, R language or any other custom environment inside your current notebook session, without needing to start up several Notebook instances using each of the selected environments.

To change environments:

  1. Open the Kernel menu.

  2. Click the Change kernel option.

  3. From the list, select the environment to use.

NOTE: In AEN 4.1+ the default kernel for projects is default. In versions prior to 4.0, the default kernel for projects is root Python.