Recording Now Available: Learn About ARM’s Newest Computing Resource

Published: 27 April 2023

Editor’s note: The JupyterHub webinar recording is available for viewing now.

Graphic says "Join ARM for an Introduction to JupyterHub webinar Wednesday, April 26" with the Jupyter logo in the middleJupyterHub is a popular tool for supporting scientific analysis through notebook-based computational environments and is the latest addition to the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility’s available computing resources.

Users can work with ARM data in individual or shared workspaces managed by ARM system administrators. JupyterHub does not require setup or installation, and it is accessible from ARM’s Data Discovery home page.

Different service levels are available to ARM users depending on their computing and access needs. Descriptions of those levels, application requirements, and additional information about JupyterHub can be accessed from this article.

For those new to JupyterHub or who want to learn more, ARM Data Center staff will host an introductory JupyterHub webinar at 11 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, on Zoom. Registration for the webinar is now open.

The two-hour webinar will provide a crash course in using interactive Jupyter Notebooks, navigating the JupyterHub environment, and learning recommended workflows to seamlessly move from data discovery to data analysis. A half-hour will be set aside during the webinar for participants to ask questions.

Participants will also find out how to sign up to use JupyterHub as part of the ARM Data Workbench. Currently in development, the workbench will offer a free suite of tools for ARM users to find, access, and analyze scientific data.

Register for the JupyterHub webinar.

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ARM is a DOE Office of Science user facility operated by nine DOE national laboratories.