Earlier I posted about a image I wrote that includes Jupyter Labs with every science library and tool unde the sun as well as support for four other languages ( ). I moved the files over to an open source repo (linked below) and the image now has a new identifier: modjular/jupyter-all

Basically just copy the docker-compose out of that repo then bring it up on your local computer and after a few moments youll have a jupyter labs instance running on 8888, point your browser there and you can code notebooks in any of the 5 supported languages ( is obviously supported by default ). It is based off the standard science notebooks too, so if your familiar with those this is just that and more.


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