Explore data, notebooks, and models

After starting your server, three sections appear in JupyterLab's launcher:

  • Notebook
  • Console
  • Other

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.

Figure 4: The Name explorer panel in a JupyterLab workspace shows available options.

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).

Figure 5: Enter the URL for the Git repository you want to clone.

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.

Figure 6: The contents of the cloned peer-review repository are shown in the console.

Scroll down the Launcher panel on the right to view the Terminal under Other (Figure 7).

Figure 7: A terminal is available in the Other section of the Launcher page.

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.

Figure 8: Install packages required for notebooks (from requirements.txt).