I am Elisha, new to the world of programming but with short personal taught experience to fulfill my deep growing passion in Big Data Analytics. Been using Jupiter Notebook for not much long but it has been 4 live online taught session in my first year towards my MSc in Big Data Analytics. Probably coming here was through research,&/ research links or rather coincidental but I would like to say RESPECT to everyone.
I’m here to discover and explore an idea
Hi, I am new to the forum. I have been using Jupyter Notebooks for awhile now but would like to start learning JupyterLab. I mainly use it for educating myself on scientific things. Particularly electronics and quantum theory.
I am also interested in Clifford Algebra. Perhaps we should discuss sometime.
Sure! Let’s talk Clifford Algebra sometime.
Hi! I’m testing JupyterHub installs and configs to provide one soon to my team, for some medical imaging research.
Hi, I’m Cheryl. I have been using Jupyter notebooks since 2014, but I have never tried to do any customization until recently. I just built my first JupyterLab extension, and I want to thank the community for the documentation and tutorials, because it was easier than I expected. You all are doing a great job!
Hi, love Jupyter! working in data science/biomedicine. would appreciate some help with widget building/styling/layout.
Hi, Vitchling here. Disaster Recovery by day, keen dabbler in inventions, contraptions, gizmos and doodahs by night. Currently designing ESP32 based home automation gadgets and now learning how to analyse the data they produce. Hence a newbie to Python, Jupyter Notebooks and time-series databases.
Celebrating my first Grafana Dashboard that shows how many cups of coffee I have a day by using a scheduled Python script to analyse my total House Power usage data. Of course, it’s primitive, has no data cleansing, no error-checking and will probably get confused with my oven when I first use that… but this is why I’m here - to learn about the gotcha’s and best practices from you guys!
Feel free to say hi!
Hi there !
I’m new here, although I use Jupyter for a long time.
I’m about to finish my Master 2 in AI.
And I’m here to seek answer, and maybe help some fellow member.
Oh, and I’m totaly not a bot
I’m new here looking to be in this community
I’ve used Jupyter for a long time but I’m here to contribute and learn. Any suggestions where to get started with contribution for a newbie.
Hi ! I’m Elsa, I’m a French student. I’m doing a master’s degree in finance and I love to program .
Hello, I’m Bill.
Just checking latest posts and frequency of interactions. A new user to Jupyter notebooks and lab on Ubuntu 20.04
I’m a human working with Jupyter notebooks and helping other data engineers and data scientists run them in Kubernetes
I am Iris and I am running a jupyterhub for courses in Seismology here in Munich. We are using our local computing center’s cloud resources. I would like to use kybernetes to offer more performance and more stability, but will have to install/run/manage kybernetes by myself… I am looking forward to share our knowledge and learn from others.
I’m Peter, and I’m working in a small team at Vizzu, where we build open-source data visualization and storytelling tools for data scientists and developers.
We have a new tool that enables users to build, present, and share animated data stories within Jupyter Notebooks called ipyvizzu-story.
The result looks something like this:
I’m here to learn more about your challenges sharing your insights with non-data scientists, and get feedback on how to improve our tools.
Hi. I am Zbynek and I work as a contractor fin Prague. I am involved in RStudio, Jupyter & Python integration - server side (RHEL/CentOS > 7).
I’m a junior DevOps Engineer in an Israeli High-Tech Company (recently turned “unicorn”), I look at jupyter from the infrastructure side and am now responsible of maintaining our jupyterhub on k8s and supporting users.
I am David Yew, a Christian living in Singapore.
I am keen in enterprise architecture, solution architecture, DevSecOps and application software development.
I love to use Vim for my work as a scrum master in an airline company.
I like to increase my understanding on python, jupyter and rust, and hope to make new friends and to learn from the community how to better use jupyter for documentation, exploration of data / algorithms and rapid prototyping.