Jupyter

The Jupyter Community Workshop on Dashboarding with Jupyter will take place from the 3rd to the 6th June at the Interdisciplinary Research Center in Paris (8, 8bis Rue Charles V, 75004). The workshop will last four days, with hands-on discussions, hacking sessions, and technical presentations. The goal of the event is to foster collaboration and the sharing of knowledge between downstream library authors and contributors, and favour upstream contributions.
By Nikoleta Glynatsi, Software Sustainability Institute Fellow. Project Jupyter is a non profit organisation created to provide services for interactive computing across dozens of programming languages. Project Jupyter is most known for their Jupyter Notebooks but develops and supports several computing products, such as JupyterHub and JupyterLab.

By Mike Jackson, Software Architect

By Raniere Silva, Community Officer, Software Sustainability Institute

 

By Raniere Silva, Software Sustainability Institute, Hans Fangohr, University of Southampton.

By Aleksandra Pawlik, Training Lead.

By Aleksandra Pawlik, Training Lead.

Jupyter is an excellent solution for tacking problems with reproducible research. On 28 September in collaboration with ELIXIR UK, the Institute ran a workshop to introduce researchers to programmatic data manipulation using both tools.

The training was fully hands-on allowing the participants to try out on their own different Jupyter features. In short, Jupyter is an elaborated electronic lab book. It allows the user not only to take notes, embed images, link to resources but most importantly, provides a way to write interactive source…

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