While working in a Jupyter Notebook, you may want to restart the kernel due to several reasons. Instead of dumping the variables to disk before restarting Jupyter and reading them back, use the store magic command.
It allows you to store and retrieve a variable back even if you restart the kernel. This avoids the hassle of dumping the object to disk.
Over to you: What are some other cool Jupyter hacks that you know of?
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This is super helpful, I did not know about that functionality within jupyter. Thanks!