By Louis Pelosi | Thu, 04/29/2021 - 15:28


Once a Jupyter session starts up, users will be presented with a Jupyterlab interface that appears as follows:


In order to start a new Jupyter notebook from the Launcher, simply click on one of the available kernels.  An interactive terminal can be started in the same manner.  Selecting the folder icon on the left side will open a filesystem interface.  Previously saved notebooks (with a .ipynb file extension) can be open by double-clicking them in this interface.  Tabs can be dragged and opened in side-by-side views, both vertically and horizontally.  For more information, consult the Jupyterlab documentation.