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In this article, we will discuss how to insert images in a Jupyter Notebook. There are a few ways to insert images. These are –

  • Direct insertion using the edit menu.
  • Embedding in a markdown cell
  • By python code ( embedding an image in a code cell).

Method 1: Direct insertion using the edit menu

Step 1:  This method is the easiest. first, change the type of the cell to  -> markdown.

Step 2: After that click edit in the jupyter notebook menu. after that click ‘insert image’. Edit -> insert image.

Step 3: After that, a dialogue box opens up and asks us to locate the file. Click on ‘ok’.

Final output:

Method 2: Embedding in a markdown cell

There are different ways to embed an image in markdown.  below is an example of direct embedding:

Python3

![SNOWFALL](snowfall4.jpeg)

                    

Output:

Method 3: Using python code ( embedding an image in a code cell)

A code cell can also be used to embed images. To display the image, the Ipython.display() method necessitates the use of a function. In the notebook, you can also specify the width and height of the image.

Python3

# import image module
from IPython.display import Image
  
# get the image
Image(url="snowfall4.jpeg", width=300, height=300)

                    

Output:


Last Updated : 28 Nov, 2021
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