Frequently asked questions (AEN 4.2.1)#
- What is AEN?
- Can notebooks be shared with anyone?
- Can I disable the option, “publish your notebook to anaconda.org”?
- How can I check the version number of my AEN server?
- Can I use AEN to access CSV or Amazon S3 data?
- Can I install other Python packages?
- Can I create a Python environment from the command line?
- Can I connect to GitHub with AEN?
- Can I print or print preview my Jupyter Notebooks?
- Is there a set amount of storage on AEN?
- How do I get help, give feedback, suggest features or report a bug?
Yes. The upload button in the notebook app executes the option “publish your notebook to anaconda.org”. To disable it, log in as the AEN_SRVC_ACCT and run these commands:
source activate /opt/wakari/wakari-compute jupyter-nbextension disable nb_anacondacloud --py --sys-prefix jupyter-serverextension disable nb_anacondacloud --py --sys-prefix
Go to this URL in a browser:
$AEN_SERVER with the domain name or the domain name and port number
of your AEN server.
Yes. If your data is in CSV files, upload the CSV files to your AEN account using the upload controls in the File Browser of the Workbench Application or the File Transfer Application.
To access data stored on Amazon S3, use the Boto interface from AEN. See the public data files in AEN for examples of how to use Boto to pull your data from Amazon S3 into AEN. For more information, see Boto documentation.
You can also use IOPro to simplify and optimize the conversion of your data into Python arrays.
Yes, by creating a custom environment for your packages within your project.
For more information, see Using the NBConda extension.
Yes, you can use the
conda create command to create custom
Python environments with whatever packages you choose. All
AEN environments are shared with all the team members of a
EXAMPLE: In this example, myenv is a new environment containing the NumPy package.
conda create -n myenv numpy
NOTE: Python, Jupyter Notebooks and PIP are installed by default in all new AEN environments.
To use your new environment, activate it by running
source activate myenv.
Yes, you have full access to GitHub through an AEN Terminal application.
To generate an SSH key from your AEN account and add it to your GitHub account:
Yes, you can print your notebooks using your browser’s regular printing capabilities.
You can also preview the printed page by clicking the File menu and selecting Print Preview.
No, there is no set limit for storage in AEN. You are limited only by the size of the disk where AEN is installed.
If you need more storage, contact your system administrator.