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Yes you can. Try installing from the package-list ("M-x list-packages", it's in melpa) "emacs-jupyter" (or follow the instructions on the github, https://github.com/nnicandro/emacs-jupyter). Then call a jupyter shell as "M-x jupyter-run-repl" (instead of the usual "M-x run-python"). You should be able to verify that it ...


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You may wanna checkout ein. Also, spacemacs has a ipython-notebook layer setup based on that; perhaps you can use that as a reference for your own config.


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Simply using M-x term instead of M-x shell or M-x eshell solved my similar problem. The interface is actually better than eshell or shell. For example, for repeating the previous command just need the up key; Auto-completion works smoothly (but editing multi-lines is not as nice as eshell or shell). I should also add that, for me the solution mentioned above ...


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