and subsequent pages I have installed Anaconda locally and launch Jupyter Notebook from there.
I started experimenting with creating something simple (say, ‘Hello World’) and running/saving it. I noticed that it saves things in C:\Users\myusername
Going forward, I don’t think I want to keep things there, but would e.g. want to organize projects in something like E:\MyDataquestProjects… With my initial experiments in something like E:\MyDataquestProjects\SandPit\ and guided projects in something like E:\MyDataquestProjects\someprojectname…
And then with subfolders for code, data, etc.
The question that I have is how to set it up like that in the easiest way. There is no “Save as” option when saving a notebook. I have been googling a bit, and do find articles related to this. E.g.
And suggestions to start up Notebook from the desired folder in the first place. (How?)
All this seems a bit cumbersome and ‘low level’ though… Do I in 2020 really have to go to command-boxes, type in commands there, just to organize my work in folders, etc.? So I was wondering whether there is any best practice for this.