Ipython 3.2 notebook how can I enable vim in jupyter

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asked Feb 5, 2016 by Josselyn (2,170 points)
I try to code like in vim, but since I update to Jupyter or ipython notebook, vimception is not working for this version.

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answered Feb 11, 2016 by Ludeman (1,560 points)

You can change the kernel language of your notebook from the Kernel menu.
A notebook is a file, whereas a kernel is a process. In Jupyter, notebooks and kernels are strongly separated.
Interesting example here Basics of Jupyter Notebook and Python | PACKT Books it exactly what you need
commented Feb 12, 2016 by Spell_885 (1,000 points)
However, several IPython consoles can be connected to a given kernel
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answered Feb 14, 2016 by Linwood (1,200 points)

You can also create anew notebook if you prefer not to use the book's code.
You can change the kernellanguage of your notebook from the Kernel menu.
Note that the notebooks created there are not saved.
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answered Mar 2, 2016 by Walterscheid (780 points) 1 flag

IPython notebook content will be posted to gist.
commented Mar 4, 2016 by guv_4601 (1,320 points)
When using IPython, this kernel is a Python process
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answered Mar 8, 2016 by fpe_I (1,490 points) 1 flag
Note that some time ago there was an update to this command. More info in this link IPython - Official Site
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answered Mar 28, 2016 by Vf_more (310 points)
For more details about that setup see Basics of Jupyter Notebook and Python | PACKT Books
Please visit its description page for its usage

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