Register Conda Envs to Jupyterhub

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Jillian Rowe
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Open a terminal from the launcher.

 

module load Miniconda3

# Optionally, create an environment
# The -n is for name
# conda create -n test -c conda-forge r-base ipykernel

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activate test python -m ipykernel install --user --name test --display-name "Python (test)"

 

Open a new Launcher (File -> New Launcher), and you should see a new Launcher available with the display name you set above.

 

Install Software

The easiest way to install custom software packages is to use conda.

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