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DS4N6 Knowledge >> Tips and Tricks >> Sharing Variables Between Jupyter Notebooks

Sharing Variables Between Jupyter Notebooks

Often times you will be working in different notebooks (with different kernels) and you will want to share a variable from one notebook to the other.

In order to share a variable (e.g. string, dict, Series, DataFrame, etc.) just use the %store magic:

On the “sending” side:

    %store mydf

On the “receiving” side:

    %store -r mydf

That's it!

Read more about the %store magic here: