I am looking for suggestions, I would like to share my Jupyter Notebook/Lab analysis with not technical people inside my organisation, ideally I would like to share only the output and not the code, for example through Voila. I am also planning to update the analysis daily, therefore I would like to avoid updating manually ..
I am working on a JupyterHub, where we have JupyterLab 3 interface. I want to install a prebuilt jupyterlab extension. I only can adapt the profile via a dockerfile. I am not sure how to adapt this into a docker command. Source: Docker..
I launched jupyterlab 3 via a Dockerfile which includes some extensions like mathjax3-extension. If i run it, i need to enable the extension manager first before the extensions are working e.g. latex is rendered. Is there a way to include a Docker command to enable the extension manager by default? I found this here, but ..
I have a Dockerfile for jupyterlab3 and build it with the name jupytest. Next to the parent image that’s the only existing one. Now i want to run an image named jupytest1: docker run -dp 80:80 –name jupytest1 jupytest. Thats run without errors. But open it in the browser, it shows up the getting started ..
I have a Dockerfile for jupyterlab3 and build it with the name takla/jupyterlab3. Next to the parent image that’s the only existing one. Now i want to run a container named jupytest: docker run -p 80:8888 –name jupytest takla/jupyterlab3 .. Than i get [FATAL tini (8)] exec . failed: Permission denied Doing the command with ..
Hi guys I am new to Docker, I build an image based on the TensorFlow image to run jupyterlab instead of jupyter notebook. And I would like to pass a password to the jupyterlab environment instead of the randomly generated token, everything works fine when i run this commend from the container exec: jupyter-lab –ip=0.0.0.0 ..
I’m on Ubuntu 20.04.2, I’ve installed the Nvidida drivers and docker aswell as Cuda 11.0 I believe. I’ve pulled various docker images from the Internet but I don’t know how to open jupyterlab on a docker image that supports gpu use for tensorflow. What I achieved was either to start jupyterlab through a docker image, ..
I have a class (IBAsset) implemented in a script (assets.py). The property IBAsset.daily_returns uses python’s import() module to ask for user input. As long as I create the IBAsset instance from an IPython console, it all works fine and I get prompted for input via the console. However, once I create the IBAsset instance from ..
I’m trying to create a project template with jupyter/datascience-notebook on docker, and I’m having some confusion about: Have I to create a container (I use docker-compose) for each project? In my project template, with the Dockerfile and docker-compose.yml file, I have a folder called "notebooks", that I mounted on /home/jovyan, in order to save data ..
I’m currently working on a project where I need to build and display graphs. I am going to do it using neo4j but I have trouble running code sample from official doc. I’m using neo4j python driver from a jupyter lab notebook running inside a docker container. neo4j is running on another docker container both ..