In this tutorial, we'll show how you can create your one-click Jupyter notebook on Gradient.
A Gradient Notebook gives you access to a full Jupyter Notebook environment. Within the Notebook, you can store an unlimited number of documents and other files. You can think of a Gradient Notebook as your persistent, on-demand workspace in the cloud.
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Any data stored in /storage will be preserved for you, across restarts. Persistent storage is backed by a filesystem and is ideal for storing data like images, datasets, model checkpoints etc. Learn more about persistent storage here.
Because everything is running in a Docker container behind the scenes, we support any kernel you would like. We have a handful of pre-built containers and you can easily add a custom container or build one from a base template, such as the Jupyter R stack.
View the list of pre-built containers here.
There are a number of environment variables loaded into a notebook's environment, which you can access and use. Probably most common is is PS_API_KEY , which will contain your most recently created API key (if you've created one). In combination with the Gradient SDK, this allows you to programmatically interact with Gradient.