Jupyter Notebook editor
The Jupyter Notebook editor is largely used for interactive, exploratory data analysis programming and data visualization. Only one person can edit a notebook at a time. All other users can access opened notebooks in view mode only, while they are locked.
You can use the preinstalled open source libraries that come with the notebook runtime environments, add your own libraries, and benefit from the IBM libraries provided at no extra cost.
When your notebooks are ready, you can create jobs to run the notebooks directly from the Jupyter Notebook editor. Your job configurations can use environment variables that are passed to the notebooks with different values when the notebooks run.
- Quick start: Analyze data in a Jupyter notebook
- Create notebooks in the Jupyter Notebook editor
- Runtime environments for notebooks
- Libraries and scripts
- Code and run notebooks
- Schedule a notebook
- Share and publish notebooks
Parent topic: Notebooks and scripts