What packages are installed on preconfigured Cloud Environments?

Anton Kovalsky
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Learn how to check what packages are pre-installed on any of the application configurations in the Jupyter Cloud Environments customization pane. You can also see a list of everything that's present on base docker images for these environments on github.

  • To check what packages and tools are included in any of the preset application configurations you can choose when you create your Jupyter Cloud Environment VM,  click on the Cloud Environment widget in the top right corner of a  workspace where you've been using a Jupyter Notebook. Then click the "What's installed on this environment?" link just beneath the Application Configuration dropdown menu.

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    Clicking this link will take you to the view below, where you can scroll too see a list of all packages included in a given environment. Use the dropdown menus to select different environments you want to find out about, and also to select whether you want to see a list of package versions for R, Python, or other tools such as Spark.

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    Note that if you've never created a Cloud Environment, or if you deleted the Cloud Environment, you'll see a slightly different view than what's shown above. But you can still find the "What's installed on this environment?" link in the Cloud Environment widget. If the default environment is not to your liking, clicking that "What's installed on this environment?" will take you to the view above that allows you to browse your options in detail.

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  • To check what packages and tools are included in any of the preset Jupyter Cloud Environment application configurations,  follow the directions below.

    Step-by-step instructions

    1. Click on the cloud icon in the sidebar of the Analyses tab.

    2. Click the Environment Settings button under the Jupyter logo in the Cloud Environment Details pane.

    3. Click the "What's installed on this environment?" link in the Jupyter Cloud Environment pane.
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    • (new Jupyter instance)
      Beneath the Default bullet
    • (if Jupyter is running or paused) 
      Beneath the Application Configuration dropdown 

    5. Select from the Installed packages dropdown.

    Clicking this link will take you to a list where you can scroll too see all packages included in the selected environment. Use the dropdown menus to select different environments and whether you want to see a list of package versions for R, Python, or other tools such as Spark.

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