Today Project Jupyter announced that JupyterLab is Ready for Users.
The quickest way to try it out, if you have Docker, is to use the following
version: '3' services: lab: image: jupyter/base-notebook volumes: - ./notebooks/:/notebooks ports: - "8888:8888" environment: - JUPYTER_ENABLE_LAB=1 command: start-notebook.sh --NotebookApp.notebook_dir=/notebooks
Once you save the file, you can start it with
docker-compose up. In the terminal you will see the link you can follow to get to the UI. All the work you do in JupyterLab will be available in the
./notebooks folder (relative to your
If you want to know all the options available, be sure to check out the page for Jupyter docker-stack.
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