CSDMS has a JupyterHub!
It's free and available for all CSDMS members to use, whether you're a student, postdoc, faculty member, or researcher.
What can you do with the CSDMS JupyterHub? Here are a few ideas:
- Work on an assignment
- Prototype and test Python code for a model
- Run a model through PyMT or Landlab
- Create a visualization for a journal article
- Share a Notebook with colleagues
- Deliver content for a multiuser workshop (like this, this, and this)
- Run a lab from the CSDMS EKT repository
- Highlight your research and share it with others in the community by developing your own EKT lab
- Access a Linux OS and shell
Of course, these are just suggestions. How do you think you'll use the CSDMS JupyterHub?
If you have questions, or if you'd like more information, please contact us through the CSDMS Help Desk.
Getting access to the CSDMS JupyterHub
Although the CSDMS JupyterHub is publicly available, it's password-protected. To obtain a login, follow these steps.
- If you're not already a CSDMS member, sign up
- Create a login on the JupyterHub, providing a username and password (they can be whatever you like); this is separate from your CSDMS membership
- Request authorization for your new JupyterHub account through the CSDMS Help Desk--if you don't already have a GitHub account, you'll be asked to make one
- Once you're approved, sign in to the Hub!
Forgotten username or password?
Fill out a CSDMS Help Desk issue and we can help.
If you're new to using Jupyter Notebook, here are a few resources to help you start: