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Jupyter/IPython at Nevis


Jupyter notebook server at Nevis

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  Jupyter (formerly IPython) has become a popular tool for interactive physics analysis. Here are some examples of what you can do with notebooks. There is a dedicated Jupyter server, notebook, available for the users of the Nevis Linux cluster. To use it, visit https://notebook.nevis.columbia.edu and enter your Nevis cluster account name and password.
This page focuses on the capabilities of the Nevis Jupyter notebook server. If you'd like have your own Jupyter/ROOT installation (e.g., for a laptop), see the Jupyter/ROOT Containers page.

The basics

When you visit notebook for the first time, you'll see your home directory. You can perform some elementary file operations from this screen: check the box next to a filename, and you'll see an option near the top of the screen to rename or delete the file. The "Upload" button near the top left allows you to copy files from the computer you're using to the Nevis cluster.

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