Jupyter notebook issue

My jupter notebook is not lanching and giving this error please help me to solve this issue
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “C:\Users\Anoosha\anaconda3\Scripts\jupyter-notebook-script.py”, line 6, in
from notebook.notebookapp import main
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘notebook.notebookapp’

I’d be glad to help you troubleshoot the Jupyter Notebook launch issue you’re encountering. The error message “ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘notebook.notebookapp’” indicates that the notebook package, which contains the core components for launching Jupyter Notebook, is either missing or not installed correctly within your Anaconda environment.

Here are the steps you can follow to resolve this problem:

1. Reinstall Jupyter Notebook:

  • Open the Anaconda Prompt or terminal.

  • Type the following command and press Enter:

    conda install jupyter notebook

This will attempt to reinstall the notebook package. If it’s missing or corrupted, this should fix the issue.

2. Verify Installation and PATH (if necessary):

  • After reinstalling, check if the installation was successful:
 conda list jupyter notebook

This should show jupyter notebook listed with its version.

  • If there are still problems, on Windows, you might need to ensure that the Anaconda installation directory (where jupyter resides) is included in your system’s PATH environment variable. Search online for instructions on how to manage environment variables on your specific Windows version.

3. Update Anaconda/Miniconda (if applicable):

  • Outdated Anaconda or Miniconda environments can sometimes lead to package compatibility issues. Update them using the following command:

    conda update conda

4. Check for Conflicting Environments:

  • If you have multiple environments, activate the one you intend to use with Jupyter Notebook and try launching it again. Conflicting packages between environments can cause problems.

Additional Tips:

  • Check for Conflicting Libraries: While less common, conflicts with other libraries can sometimes prevent Jupyter Notebook from launching. If the above steps don’t work, consider creating a new clean environment and installing only the packages you need.
  • Search for Specific Error Messages: If you encounter any further errors during the troubleshooting process, search online using the exact error message. This can often lead to more specific solutions.

By following these steps, you should be able to resolve the “ModuleNotFoundError” and successfully launch Jupyter Notebook within your Anaconda environment. If you continue to face issues, feel free to provide more details about your environment and any additional error messages you encounter.