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A notebook is a web-based interface to a document that contains runnable code, visualizations, and narrative text.
In this chapter, we will go over how to create, open, saving, and uploading Jupyter notebooks.
To work with Jupyter Notebooks within Dash Enterprise Workspaces, create a Jupyter Notebook.
Dash Enterprise Workspaces use the same Python version in the Jupyter kernel as is used when running your Dash app from the terminal. You do not need to manually activate or create a Python kernel or virtual environment.
To create a new Jupyter notebook:
.ipynbextension is added automatically.
To open your Jupyter notebook file, select it in the Explorer tab on the left of the screen. Jupyter notebooks have the extension
Once you’re in your notebook, you can save any changes by selecting the Save icon on the Jupyter Notebook Editor toolbar.
You can also use the keyboard shortcut:
Ctrl+S (Windows/Linux) or
If you have a notebook on your local machine that you would like to work with in Workspaces, drag it to the Explorer tab.
To learn more about the Jupyter Notebooks interface see the official Jupyter help by selecting Help from within a notebook.
If you haven’t used notebooks before, learn more in the Overview of the UI“>https://jupyter-notebook.readthedocs.io/en/v6.4.8/examples/Notebook/Notebook%20Basics.html#Overview-of-the-Notebook-UI) and Running code sections.
In the help menu, you’ll also find a link to a list of keyboard shortcuts and a UI interface tour, which provides an interactive guide to notebooks: