Jupyter notebook is an open-source IDE that is used to create Jupyter documents that can be created and shared with live codes. Also, it is a web-based interactive computational environment. The Jupyter notebook can support various languages that are popular in data science such as Python, Julia, Scala, R, etc.
Pycharm is an IDE developed by JetBrains and created specifically for Python. It has various features such as code analysis, integrated unit tester, integrated Python debugger, support for web frameworks, etc. Pycharm is particularly useful in machine learning because it supports libraries such as Pandas, Matplotlib, Scikit-Learn, NumPy, etc.
Below is a table of differences between Jupyter and Pycharm
|1||Jupyter notebook is a web-based interactive computing platform.||Pycharm is a smart code editor.|
|3||It can be classified as a tool in the “Data Science Notebooks”||PyCharm is grouped under “Integrated Development Environment(IDE)”.|
|4||Provides in-line code execution using blocks.||Provides smart auto-completion.|
|5||Provides in-line graphing suuport.||Provides intelligent code analysis.|
|6||It can be themed and supports kernel as well as latex.||It is powerful refactoring, virtualenv integration, and Git integration|
|7||It’s very flexible as compared to pycharm.||It’s not very flexible as comapred to jupyter and slow startup.|
|8||Tools like GitHub, Python, Dropbox, Scala, TensorFlow etc. are integrated with jupyter.||Tools like Python, Django, Anaconda, Wakatime, Kite etc. are integrated with Pycharm.|
|9||Comapnies like Ruangguru, Delivery Hero SE, trivago, Intuit, Hepsiburada, etc. are using Jupyter||Companies like Lyft, Bepro Company, trivago, Hepsiburada, Picnic Technologies, etc are using Pycharm.|
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