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Jupyter Workflow Kernel

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Jupyter Workflow

The Jupyter Workflow framework enables Jupyter Notebooks to describe complex workflows and to execute them in a distributed fashion on hybrid HPC-Cloud infrastructures. Jupyter Workflow relies on the StreamFlow WMS as its underlying runtime support.

Install Jupyter Workflow

The Jupyter Workflow IPython kernel is available on PyPI, so you can install it using pip.

pip install jupyter-workflow

Then, you can install it on a Jupyter Notebook server by running the following command.

python -m jupyter_workflow.ipython.install

Please note that Jupyter Workflow requires python >= 3.8. Then you can associate your Jupyter Notebooks with the newly installed kernel. Some examples can be found under the examples folder in the GitHub repository.

Jupyter Workflow Team

Iacopo Colonnelli iacopo.colonnelli@unito.it (creator and maintainer)
Sergio Rabellino sergio.rabellino@unito.it (maintainer)
Barbara Cantalupo barbara.cantalupo@unito.it (maintainer)
Marco Aldinucci aldinuc@di.unito.it (maintainer)

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