Commit 0c59598a authored by Willi Rath's avatar Willi Rath

Unify spelling of JupyerLab

parent ed7e1a5a
# How to work with Jupyter everywhere
# How to work with JupyterLab everywhere
## Install the base environment and Jupyterlab
## Install the base environment and JupyterLab
_This will show how to download the installer, install a minimal Python
environment, and start Jupyerlab. The installation will be (nearly) identical
environment, and start JupyerLab. The installation will be (nearly) identical
for a local computer or for any Linux / Unix remote computer._
### Download and install Miniconda3
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ follow the instructions for Miniconda**3** and do _**not**_ make this
installation your standard Python.)
### Activating the base environment and installing Jupyterlab
### Activate the base environment and install JupyterLab
To activate the base environment, run:
```bash
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```
### Start Jupyterlab
### Start JupyterLab
After activating the base environment with
```bash
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```
Copy the URL (from your shell!) to your web browser. You should see Jupyter
lab.
Copy the URL (from your shell!) to your web browser. You should see JupyterLab.
## Add a scientific Python environment and use it
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Jupyter recognizes the new environment as a kernel.)_
### Use the environment in Jupyterlab
### 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
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
## Connect to JupyterLab running on a remote machine
_This will show how to connect to Jupyterlab if your web browser cannot
directly access its address._
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### Start Jupyterlab on a remote machine
After installing Jupyter and your Python environments on a remote machine,
follow the instructions on how to [Start Jupyterlab][#start-jupyterlab] above.
follow the instructions on how to (Start JupyterLab)[#start-jupyterlab] above.
But before pasting the URL provided by Jupyter into your browser, make sure to
follow the next steps.
......@@ -151,9 +150,9 @@ Note that these steps will only work, if `host.example.com` is a known host in
continue and if you do, `host.example.com` will be added to `.ssh/known_hosts`.)
### Connect your browser to the remote Jupyterlab
### Connect your browser to the remote JupyterLab
Now, you can paste the URL provided by Jupyterlab into the tunneled browser.
Now, you can paste the URL provided by JupyterLab into the tunneled browser.
## Appendix: Jargon
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are collections of packages / versions that make it possible to switch
between different sets of software.
- [Jupyter lab](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Jupyter#Jupyter_Lab) is
an integrated computing environment
- [JupyterLab](https://blog.jupyter.org/jupyterlab-is-ready-for-users-5a6f039b8906) is
an integrated web-based computing environment
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