Commit 3173a615 authored by Willi Rath's avatar Willi Rath

Finalize docs for local and remote setup

parent d96eab8d
......@@ -76,6 +76,30 @@ _This will show how to add a Python environment that can be used for scientific
### Add a scientific environment
To add a new environment, first activate the `base` environment:
source ${HOME}/miniconda3/bin/activate base
Then, create an environment (called `py3_std` in this example, and containing
Python 3, `numpy`, `matplotlib`, `scipy`):
conda create -n py3_std python=3 numpy matplotlib scipy ipykernel
_(Do **always** install `ipykernel` into the environment, to make sure that
Jupyter recognizes the new environment as a kernel.)_
### Use the environment in Jupyterlab
Above, we created a new environment `py3_std`. To use it, activate the `base`
environment and start Jupyterlab. There, you should be able to create a new
notebook and choose the `py3_std` environment as its kernel.
## Connect to Jupyterlab running on a remote machine
_This will show how to connect to Jupyterlab if your web browser cannot
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