Jupyter Notebook is an interactive tool, which allows users to combine live code, computational output, visualisations, and explanatory text in a single document.
The Jupyter Notebooks are available in the workspace as containerised apps. The notebooks currently support Python 3 and R programming languages. Just like the Mini-apps, Jupyter Notebooks can be accessed by multiple users at a time.
Creating a Jupyter Notebook app
To create a Jupyter notebook app, select the 'New Mini-app' option from the Add dropdown menu. Give it a name, choose '1. Blank single file' template and 'Jupyter Notebook' image. Click 'Create mini-app'.
To run the app for the first time, navigate to the Mini-app tab and click Start App on the new app tile. Please note that the first time you run the app it might take a while to load because of the app installs.
Adding an image to your Jupyter Notebooks tile
You can add an image to your Jupyter Notebooks tile, this image must be saved directly in the Mini-app's folder and should be named 'tile.png'. You can just upload this template Jupyter Notebooks tile image.
If you add an image, the name of the Mini-app will no longer be visible on the tile. Thus, if you have multiple Jupyter Notebooks apps, the image should include the name of the app.
Deleting a Jupyter Notebook app
If you want to remove a Jupyter Notebook app from the gallery of published apps, select the app and click on the 'Delete Mini-app' button in the right-hand sidebar.