I am Ryan Abernathey of Columbia University / Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory. I’m part of the Pangeo project for big data geoscience, where we are using Jupyter tech extensively. In my spare time, I’m a physical oceanographer.
Hi! I am Fabien Maussion, a climate scientist and glaciologist. I use Jupyter Notebooks a lot for teaching, and more recently also mybinder for education and outreach (http://edu.oggm.org). I’d like to have “my own” JupyterHub on the cloud, and I wish I didn’t have to do it myself but it looks like I’m gonna have to, if I want one.
So are you struggling to get your institution to run notebooks too? I think it could be useful if we try to pool ideas about how to try lobbying for such things (I’ve been failing to persuade my institution to run one for over four years now, since back when they were IPython notebooks!)
Hey all. Just joined myself and I’m liking this well-organized forum.
Hi, I am Bouarfa, PhD in Physics and owner of a small sized IT company. My hobby is designing Mathematical Model for Quantitative Finance. This month I have hired a freelancer for setting up jupyterhub on google cloud. Hope he will complete the job. This jupyter environment is perfect for my hobby because I can hire simultaneously several python developers in order to build the Algorithm based on the mathematical model.
I’m Christian and I’m trying for years now to introduce and Python and Jupyter Notebooks into courses at the Munich University for Applied Sciences (mainly in the field of digital signal processing).
What has failed for me so far:
- Getting students to install a local copy of Matlab or Python (I’ve completely switched to Python a few years ago) and work with code snippets
- Same, only with IPython / Jupyter Notebooks
- Using Wakari / Binder / … - services were unavailable all the time
- Using servers at the university due to lack of support and hardware. At least we got a JupyterHub installation running, complemented by some scripts to aid the administration of courses and distribution of material. Then we had to trash everything.
Currently, I’m trying Microsoft’s Azure Notebook server.
Combined with very dynamic development of the Jupyter ecosystem, the process has been very frustrating at times.
Still, I think Jupyter Notebooks are one of the best ideas since the inventions of the overhead projector!
Hello All, my name is Ryan and I am a data analytics professional. I used Jupyter Notebooks in the Microsoft ecosystem.
I’m Sofiane, a computer scientist working on providing platforms for climate data processing and visualization. Currently, working on multiple extensions on top of JupyterHub/Jupyter to facilitate data management.
Greetings! I’m eager to get back in touch with some old friends and hopefully new as well… I’ve been bouncing between mildly-annoyed researcher and programmer / educator trying to improve research process for over two decades now.
Currently, I find myself at a start-up called Gigantum where we’re working on a different approach to coordinating data science tools - Jupyter being central among them. I’m joining to explore potential for collaboration with the community, starting with ideas about “user” (aka scientist) research.
I’m John. I work as a Management Analyst for a non-profit Health Information Exchange. Our team unofficially adopted Jupyter Lab as our workspace in conjunction with GitHub for version control and project management. We work with a non-sql database in a custom Python environment. We refer to it as ‘Rattlesnake’ as our vendor has added custom packages and functions with structure and rulesets we have to use.
I’m Lukas. I am researcher on Machine Learning and Path Planning in Robotics. My has been using jupyter lab for teaching and demonstration, as well as sharing an explaining code.
We work on extensions and implementations on Jupyter to facilitate the interaction possibilities and available features.
Hello, I’m Sasha from Buenos Aires. I’ve a background in physics and now working as software engineer JPMorgan. I mostly use Jupyter for personal projects but now I’m starting to teach programming in schools and colleges using Jupyter. Because of this I’m trying to learn how to deploy and share JupyterHub.
Hello, I’m Christiano from Germany. I use Jupyter both to professional and personal projects and I hope to contribute back to this great free software community!
How are you all! I am alvin working at Arizona State University. I am very new to the whole juptyerverse. I am working on setting up jupyterhub on jetstream/xsede. This will be for use with an online course. I am not the instructor just the technical support aka F.N.I.T. Guy (Friendly Neighborhood Information Technology Guy). That being said I am a Jupyternoob, which is why I am here. I want to thank you all in advance for any help you can offer.
Hi, I’m Joe. I’ve been working with Python since 2011 and Jupyter since 2015. I’m a data engineer and am currently writing a book for Packt Publishing, titled Mastering JupyterLab which should be published sometime in Q4 2019. I could really use some JupyterLab pros to bounce ideas off of. See you on the boards!
I’m Ilya. I’m from academia (high energy physics) and apart from the data analysis I’m working on documentation and training efforts of Belle II collaboration.
Firstly I would like to say that I feel welcome here in the Jupyter discourse forum.
- My name is Ondrej
- I like coding in Python but sort-of good at it
- I’m still a student
@betatim I am not a robot
Hi All !
I’m Guillaume from France. I’m Machine Learning Services Team Leader @OVH. I was previously Data Engineer, I have started with Hadoop 1.x. My first steps into DataScience were thanks to Jupyter, I can remember how proud I was to share some predictions with Jupyter.
I am currently working on a Machine Learning platform called ‘Prescience’, and we want to OpenSource it
We also want to provide Jupyter thanks to OVH infrastructures.
I’m very happy to meet Jupyter community
Hi, guys, I’m new to JupyterLab, Python, Data Science and the like. As a matter of fact, I have a question on how to work with files in the Cognos Dashboard environment.