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  1. Jupyter Notebooks on Hubs

    24 Jan 2019 | Contributor(s):: Martin Hunt

    These slides provide a quick introduction to running, creating, configuring, and publishing Jupyter Notebooks in the HUBzero environment. Use Python2, Python3, Octave, or R to create, run and share notebooks. The slides also introduce the Hublib Python library for creating tool UI elements.

  2. Publishing your Jupyter Notebook

    17 Jan 2019 | Contributor(s):: Martin Hunt

    Publishing a Jupyter notebook makes your notebook available for others to run. They will have to step through the notebook's cells (or select "Cell/Run All") manually. This is great for tutorials and workflows, but may be distracting for tools where you don't want the users to see (or optionally...

  3. Publishing Jupyter Notebooks

    The proxied Jupyter tool is a useful place to develop code and analyses in a notebook style. VIDIA users can easily share their notebooks with other users by publishing notebooks as tools. A...

    https://vidia.ccr.buffalo.edu/kb/development/pubjnotebook

  4. Running and Shutting Down a Jupyter Notebook

    02 Aug 2017

    This document is a brief introduction to executing (running) and shutting down Jupyter notebooks. A Jupyter Notebook is an application running inside the browser, consisting of computer code, visualizations, and descriptions of the analysis.This documentation is intended to help users of the...

  5. What is a Jupyter Notebook?

    02 Aug 2017

    This document is a brief introduction to Jupyter notebooks. A Jupyter Notebook is an application running inside the browser, consisting of computer code, visualizations, and descriptions of the analysis.This documentation is intended to help users of the Jupyter tool deployed on VIDIA.