Difference between revisions of "Running Jupyter Notebook"

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Currently, the easiest way to run IPython Notebook is on NCI's [[VDI|Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)]]. For a guide to set up and use VDI, click [https://opus.nci.org.au/display/Help/VDI+User+Guide | here].
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Currently, the easiest way to run IPython Notebook is on NCI's [[VDI|Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)]]. For a guide to set up and use VDI, click [https://opus.nci.org.au/display/Help/VDI+User+Guide here].
  
 
Within VDI, open a Linux terminal ('''Applications menu''' -> '''System Tools''' -> '''Terminal''').
 
Within VDI, open a Linux terminal ('''Applications menu''' -> '''System Tools''' -> '''Terminal''').

Revision as of 22:50, 4 December 2019

On VDI

Currently, the easiest way to run IPython Notebook is on NCI's Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). For a guide to set up and use VDI, click here.

Within VDI, open a Linux terminal (Applications menu -> System Tools -> Terminal). Inside the Terminal, load the conda environment

module use /g/data3/hh5/public/modules
module load conda

You should then be able to start the notebook with

jupyter notebook

On Gadi

You can also run a notebook from Gadi's compute nodes using the jupyter_gadi.sh script. Note that unlike VDI this does cost SU allocation, as it is running on the supercomputer nodes. You also won't have access to the internet to download data.