Jupyter Notebook (201708)

Starts the Jupyter notebook server in your home directory.

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Version 1.3 - published on 25 Aug 2022

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This is Jupyter Notebook (201708)  running in a Debian 7(GLIBC-2.13) based container.  The default kernel is Python 2.7. New development work should use the Jupyter Notebook (202105) tool.

The Jupyter notebook server is started with a file manager pointed to your home directory.  This makes all files in your home directory accessible and available to any notebook you execute.

To review the list of installed packages issue this command in a notebook cell:

!conda list

To review the environments(kernels) available issue this command in a notebook cell:

!conda env list

To review the list of  packages installed in an environment issue this command in a notebook cell:

!conda list --name envName

There is no shortage of material concerning the benefits of Jupyter notebooks and how to write them.  A set of best practices is provided here.

Tools of interest to those learning about or applying machine learning techniques incorporating Jupyter notebooks include the following:

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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • (2022), "Jupyter Notebook (201708)," https://nanohub.org/resources/jupyter41. (DOI: 10.21981/84BT-DC22).

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Martin Hunt

Purdue University