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In this article:
- What is a Notebook?
- Why should I use Gradient° Notebooks?
- Command line is not for me. What are my options for running Jupyter Notebooks on Paperspace?
1. What is a Notebook?
A Notebook is an interactive document that allows you to mix code or formulas with text and diagrams. The folks at Jupyter created a fantastic app that allows editing and running notebook documents in a web browser. We’ve made it easier to get up and running.
A Paperspace Notebook = Access to a Jupyter Notebook instance. Within that instance you can have limitless notebook documents.
2. Why Should I Use Gradient° Notebooks?
It's possible to run Jupyter Notebooks on your Paperspace virtual machines, but with Gradient° you can skip the whole machine setup, install and startup and get straight to solving problems.
Notebooks are not region-specific, do not require add-ons, and the underlying VM is not owned by the user, so you only pay for the time you use.
3. Command line is not for me. What are my options for running Jupyter Notebooks on Paperspace?
If interacting with command prompt through a terminal isn’t your favorite, or if you’re not sure what that is:
Other options for running Jupyter Notebooks on Paperspace Machines:
- Jupyter comes Pre-installed on our ML-in-a-Box templates
- Create a Linux machine and follow Jupyter Install Instructions