Jupyter

This is the area where you will quide you to use service Jupyter

Default Configuration

linux network
Figure 1. Linux network

Working Directory (root user)

/

Default user (root user)

root

Unprivileged user

user

jovyan (uid=1000, configurable, see options) in group users (gid=100)

home

user has ownership over the

/home/jovyan and /opt/conda paths

Directory Map

You can find it in Hybrid: Instances  More  Connect  Directory Maps

Ports

You can find it in Hybrid: Instances  More  Ports

Logs

You can find it in Hybrid: Instances  More  Logs

Connect

Connect Info in Hybrid: Instances  More  Connect  Open a terminal and Run

Connect via exec

Open a terminal and Run:

docker exec -it microservice-jupyter26_masterservice_1 /bin/sh

Connect via WEB

You can find it in Hybrid: Instances  More  Web

Jupyter Setup

  • Miniforge Python 3.x in /opt/conda with two package managers

  • conda: cross-platform, language-agnostic binary package manager

  • mamba: reimplementation of the conda package manager in C++

  • notebook, jupyterhub and jupyterlab packages

  • tini as the container entrypoint and a start-notebook.sh script as the default command

  • TeX Live for notebook document conversion

  • git, vi (actually vim-tiny), nano (actually nano-tiny), tzdata, and unzip

  • altair, beautifulsoup4, bokeh, bottleneck, cloudpickle, conda-forge::blas=*=openblas, cython, dask, dill, h5py, matplotlib-base, numba, numexpr, pandas, patsy, protobuf, pytables, scikit-image, scikit-learn, scipy, seaborn, sqlalchemy, statsmodel, sympy, widgetsnbextension, xlrd packages

  • ipympl and ipywidgets for interactive visualizations and plots in Python notebooks

  • Facets for visualizing machine learning datasets

Video

Start Jupyter

Learn how to start Jupyter

Stop Jupyter

Learn how to stop Jupyter