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28th
Nov 2015
Sam Lau
@SamLau95
Nov 28 2015 00:49
@cboettig looks like david has a bunch of IPython notebooks in his repo
to open those notebooks, you can go to https://ds8.berkeley.edu/hub/home and upload them
Carl Boettiger
@cboettig
Nov 28 2015 00:51
@SamLau95 thanks; I've just been using git through the Jupyter terminal to get things over. nice, but the lack of copy-paste makes that a bit of a nuisance though
Sam Lau
@SamLau95
Nov 28 2015 01:19

@cboettig i don’t think i’m familiar with the Jupyter terminal. to clarify, you have the .ipynb files on your local machine and want to run the notebooks, right?

if you’re okay with running the notebooks on ds8, the method i described is the easiest way to do so.

if you want to run them on your own computer, you’ll have to run ipython notebook in your terminal to start a jupyter server locally to view them

Carl Boettiger
@cboettig
Nov 28 2015 23:00
@SamLau95 From the Jupyter homepage there's an option to open a new Python 3 notebook, and under it an option to open a terminal which runs in the browser. It's really convenient since I can then move my notebooks between my local machine, github, the hosted ds8.berkeley.edu site; seems to be pretty much a fully functional bash terminal except for the lack of copy-paste which is a bit of a nuisance.