Keen to experiment with using Jupyter on NeSI? Apply to join our early access program

Jupyter has become an increasingly popular software tool for creating and sharing documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations, and explanatory text.

Many of the features that make Jupyter an excellent software tool for collaboration also make it ideal for interactive computing. With that in mind, NeSI has launched an early access program for NeSI users to experiment with using Jupyter on NeSI's high performance computing (HPC) platform. Example uses include analytics and visualisation, machine learning, numerical simulation, managing Slurm job submissions and workflows, and much more.

In August, an initial cohort of researchers were invited to use Jupyter on NeSI for any projects they were currently working on. We also encouraged them to explore and experiment with Jupyter’s capabilities on NeSI's HPC platform. Using an online feedback portal, these early access users have suggested ideas, voted on features, and contributed other insights that are helping us refine and develop Jupyter on NeSI.

We're now looking to broaden the early access program's uptake a bit further. If you'd like to apply to participate, click here.

Support documentation for Jupyter on NeSI can be found in NeSI Support. If you have any questions about using Jupyter on NeSI or the early access program, feel free to contact us at any time. If you know of anyone else who we should consider inviting to participate in the early access program, please encourage them to apply here