Section author: Robert Nikutta <nikutta@noao.edu>

3.2. Notebooks

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Complete below table

The table below lists many useful Jupyter notebooks (*.ipynb files) that get you started with Data Lab. To use a notebook in your Jupyter notebook server, copy the notebook file from the respective link in the right-hand column of the table, then upload it into your notebook server).

In some cases, html-renderered static versions are also available. You can view or download them by clicking on the link in the table.

Some science examples also come with more detailed Guided Tutorials in the Data Lab user manual.

You can run many Jupyter notebooks either on our public notebook server public notebook server , and all notebooks work on the notebook server for registered users.

Links to various Jupyter notebooks
What Where
 
Basic
Introduction to Data Lab notebook_link / html_render
 
Science examples
Science example: Star/galaxy/QSO classification Guided tutorial / notebook_link / html_render
Science example: Star/galaxy/QSO classification Guided tutorial / notebook_link / html_render
Science example: Probe large-scale structure in DECaLS Guided tutorial / notebook_link / html_render
Science example: Discover faint Milky Way dwarf galaxies Guided tutorial / notebook_link / html_render
Science example: Times series analysis of an RR Lyrae star in Hydra II Guided tutorial / notebook_link / html_render
 
Technical
AuthManager notebook_link / html_render
JobManager notebook_link / html_render
QueryManager notebook_link / html_render
StorageManager notebook_link / html_render