Now that you have Jupyter installed and Blinka set up on your computer, let's play around!

The following pages contain code examples as downloadable Jupyter notebooks. The examples use some popular sensors we have and should serve as a jumping off point for your experimentation.

If you're looking for more sensors - check out our growing range of plug-and-play STEMMA sensors here. Most of these have CircuitPython libraries available and are compatible with this guide.

Make sure you've set the BLINKA_MCP2221 environment variable at the top of your Jupyter Notebooks!

Compatibility with FT232H

The notebooks in this guide are also compatible with the Adafruit FT232H breakout and CircuitPython Libraries.

If you're using a FT232H breakout, make sure you change the BLINKA_MCP2221 environment variable to BLINKA_FT232H.

This guide was first published on Dec 24, 2019. It was last updated on Dec 24, 2019.

This page (Jupyter Notebook Examples) was last updated on Apr 10, 2021.

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