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Setting up ArcPy with Jupyter Notebooks and Desktop 10.5.1

Question asked by jwall_Dewberry on May 24, 2019
Latest reply on May 24, 2019 by mkellyesri-ca-esridist

I am trying to set-up ArcPy, from ArcGIS Desktop, to be used within Jupyter Notebooks from an Anaconda Environment; yet, while this has worked on other computes, I am not able to import arcpy correctly on this new computer.


I have 64-bit geoprocessing installed along with Anaconda 3. From the Anaconda prompt, I create an environment, arcgis, with Python 2.7. I then create a file named DTBGGP64.PTH pointing to bin64, arcpy, and ArcToolbox\Scripts and save it at C:\Users\[USER NAME]\AppData\Local\Continuum\anaconda3\envs\arcgis\Lib\site-packages. From here, I install notebook ipykernel, have ipython install itself (i.e. `ipython kernelspec install-self`), and then install numpy. What am I missing?