If you don’t want to use
pip-autoremove (since it removes dependencies shared among other packages) and
pip3 uninstall jupyter just removed some packages, then do the following:
sudo may be needed as per your need.
python3 -m pip uninstall -y jupyter jupyter_core jupyter-client jupyter-console jupyterlab_pygments notebook qtconsole nbconvert nbformat jupyterlab-widgets nbclient
The above command will only uninstall
jupyter specific packages. I have not added other packages to uninstall since they might be shared among other packages (eg:
Jinja2 is used by
ipython is a separate set of packages themselves,
tornado again might be used by others).
In any case, all the dependencies are mentioned below(as of 21 Nov, 2020.
If you are sure you want to remove all the dependencies, then you can use Stan_MD‘s answer.
argon2-cffi async-generator attrs backcall bleach cffi decorator defusedxml entrypoints importlib-metadata ipykernel ipython ipython-genutils ipywidgets jedi Jinja2 jsonschema jupyter jupyter-client jupyter-console jupyter-core jupyterlab-pygments jupyterlab-widgets MarkupSafe mistune nbclient nbconvert nbformat nest-asyncio notebook packaging pandocfilters parso pexpect pickleshare prometheus-client prompt-toolkit ptyprocess pycparser Pygments pyparsing pyrsistent python-dateutil pyzmq qtconsole QtPy Send2Trash six terminado testpath tornado traitlets typing-extensions wcwidth webencodings widgetsnbextension zipp
pip3 uninstall jupyter pip3 uninstall jupyter_core pip3 uninstall jupyter-client pip3 uninstall jupyter-console pip3 uninstall jupyterlab_pygments pip3 uninstall notebook pip3 uninstall qtconsole pip3 uninstall nbconvert pip3 uninstall nbformat
Explanation of each:
pip3 uninstall jupyter
jupyter_coredist-packages (It also uninstalls following binaries:
pip3 uninstall jupyter_core
pip3 uninstall jupyter-client
pip3 uninstall jupyter-console
jupyter-notebook(It also uninstalls following binaries:
pip3 uninstall notebook
pip3 uninstall qtconsole
pip3 uninstall nbconvert
pip3 uninstall nbformat