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IDEs

The JupyterHub AMI includes multiple IDEs that work out of the box.

Jupyter Lab (default)

JupyterLab is the default IDE that will be shown to users after log in.

Jupyter Lab

Jupyter Notebook Classic

The Classic Jupyter Notebook experience is available.

To access it just change the URL path ending from /lab to /tree. For example: http://<ip-address>/user/jupyterhub-admin/tree

Jupyter Notebook Classic

Kernels

All the existing Python and R kernels will also be available on Jupyter Notebook Classic.

RStudio IDE

You can access the RStudio IDE by clicking on the RStudio icon on Jupyter Lab.

Jupyter Notebook Classic

Click on the New dropdown and then click on RStudio.

RStudio

The only difference between using R from Jupyter and RStudio is that RStudio is limited to one version of R (the latest installed in the system).

You can use all the features from the RStudio IDE such as developing Shiny Apps.

RStudio Shiny

VS Code

You can access VS Code by clicking on the VS Code icon on Jupyter Lab.

Jupyter Notebook Classic

Click on the New dropdown and then click on VS Code.

The VS Code Python and Jupyter extensions are installed so it's possible to start coding Python out of the box.

VS Code

Python interpreter

Be sure to select the correct Python interpreter under /opt/python. For more info see Packages.