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*JupyterLab is the latest web-based interactive development environment for notebooks, code, and data.
*JupyterLab is the latest web-based interactive development environment for notebooks, code, and data.
#Select the environment PHRM_8010-Python or other environment that you have set up.
#Select the environment PHRM_8010-Python or other environment that you have set up.
#*For the Assignment #2, you will need to set up a specific environment for Python 3.7.1.1
#*For Assignment #2, you will need to set up a specific environment for Python 3.7.1.1
#Click [[File:Spyder220227-2.png|frameless|116x116px]].
#Click [[File:Spyder220227-2.png|frameless|116x116px]].
#Under JupyterLab 3.2.9 or other relevant version, click: [[File:Spyder220227-3.png|frameless]].
#Under JupyterLab 3.2.9 or other relevant version, click: [[File:Spyder220227-3.png|frameless]].
This will take a little while. Once it is finished, it will say launch underneath it.
#*This will take a little while. Once it is finished, it will say launch underneath it. Click the launch button underneath it. If you did it correctly, it should look something like this: [[File:Jupy001.png|frameless|112x112px]]
Click the launch button underneath it.
#To run, click the [[File:Jupy002.png|frameless]]
If you did it correctly, it should look something like this:

Latest revision as of 10:16, 8 March 2022

  • JupyterLab is the latest web-based interactive development environment for notebooks, code, and data.
  1. Select the environment PHRM_8010-Python or other environment that you have set up.
    • For Assignment #2, you will need to set up a specific environment for Python 3.7.1.1
  2. Click Spyder220227-2.png.
  3. Under JupyterLab 3.2.9 or other relevant version, click: Spyder220227-3.png.
    • This will take a little while. Once it is finished, it will say launch underneath it. Click the launch button underneath it. If you did it correctly, it should look something like this: Jupy001.png
  4. To run, click the Jupy002.png