After starting your server, three sections appear in JupyterLab's launcher:
On the left side of the navigation pane, locate the Name explorer panel (Figure 4). This panel is where you can create and manage your project directories.
Clone a GitHub repository
Now it's time to populate your JupyterLab notebook with a GitHub repository. Select the Git/Clone a Repository menu option. A dialog box appears (Figure 5).
Enter the repository URL, which is https://github.com/rh-aiservices-bu/peer-review.git, and select Clone to clone the peer-review repository. Once cloned, you should be able to see the contents of the peer-review repository as shown in Figure 6.
Scroll down the Launcher panel on the right to view the Terminal under Other (Figure 7).
Click Terminal and type the following commands into the resulting terminal:
cd peer-review pip install -r requirements.txt
The pip command will install the packages you need, as shown in Figure 8.