We are thrilled to announce the general availability of the new JupyterHub service at ECMWF, a new way of accessing computing resources at ECMWF in an interactive and modern way. With JupyterHub you can now spin up your JupyterLab sessions on multiple backends including HPCF and ECS, leveraging the computational resources available at ECMWF without leaving your browser.

Can I use it?

If you have an account at ECMWF with access to computing resources, you may use this service at https://jupyterhub.ecmwf.int.

For those unfamiliar, Jupyter is an open-source platform that provides an interactive computing environment where users can manipulate data, run code, and visualise results in real-time, fostering a seamless and efficient workflow. It enables users to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualisations, and narrative text. It supports various programming languages, including Python, R, and Julia, making it a versatile tool for data analysis, machine learning, scientific computing, and more.

Jupyter notebooks capture the entire computational process, from data ingestion to analysis and visualisation, ensuring reproducibility of results. This feature is invaluable for research, as it allows others to reproduce and validate findings easily. Jupyter also offers rich visualisation capabilities, allowing users to create interactive plots, charts, and graphs directly within their notebooks.

You can find more information about the service and how to use it in our JupyterHub documentation page.

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