Use Julia on Google Colab
Use Julia on Google Colab
Last edited 2021-12-15
Google Colab by default supports Python 3, which can not be directly altered. But it do support running shell command in the cells, and in terminal if you have Pro subscription. This allows us to change the default kernel.
This discussion explains how to use Julia on Colab:
TL;DR — I’ve made a template notebook. Open this link:
Copy the notebook to your Google Drive. Anytime you need a Julia kernel, just copy the template to a new notebook, open it, and run the first cell. It will take 3~5 minutes to install the dependencies. Then refresh the page and the Julia kernel is good to go.
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