-- AdminUser - 26 Sep 2019

When you log into notebooks.azure.com go to your My Projects page.

Click on Upload Github Repo and a form will come up.

To upload the repo at https://github.com/szaidimitre/SYST530-Peril-Notebook enter in the tail end of the address after https://github.com/ into the field that says Git repo (required), in this case we enter in szaidimitre/SYST530-Peril-Notebook

Not needed here but If there are subdirectories then check the box for clone recursively

It will copy the project name and public address from the repository but you can edit them here if you want.

If you wish the share the notebook you can check the box for Public

Click the Import button and wait for it to sync over the files

This project has a requirements.txt file that lists the dependencies needed to run this notebook. To load it into your environment click on Project Settings then click on Environment

Under Environment Setup Steps click on the + Add

On the Select Operation drop down menu select Requirements.txt

Then on the Select Target File click the drop down menu and select requirements.txt

In the Select Python Version drop down select Python 2.7

Now click Save

You will be at your project screen but the status should say Status: Stopped

Click on the Run on Free Compute button to start your virtual machine using the free service

You will now be in your jupyter notebook instance. To start up the Notebook click on the notebook file SYST530 Notebook.ipynb. It should give you a message saying it's preparing your container. Wait for the message to fade out.

Once it active click on Kernel -> Change Kernel -> Python 2

You can now use the Run button to step through the notebook
Topic revision: r1 - 26 Sep 2019, AdminUser
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