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SingleStoreDB Cloud supports Jupyter Notebooks for development using SQL and Python.
Get Started Quickly: Notebooks in SingleStoreDB Cloud are Jupyter notebooks and if you are familiar with how to use them, you can jump right in and get started.
There are multiple ways to get started using notebooks:
Sample Gallery (under Homepage): Here you can find how-to guides, tutorials, and getting started information.
If you are new to notebooks, we recommend using the
beginnerflag and taking a look at the "SingleStoreDB Notebook Basics" or "Getting Started with Notebooks" notebooks.
New Notebook: Start with a new notebook or use a beginner notebook template such as "SingleStoreDB Notebook Basics" (recommended).
When starting a new notebook, make sure to define Python or SQL.
Import Notebook: Under New Notebook, you can select a notebook that you have locally on your machine and import it.
When importing, notebooks must be Jupyter format (. ipynb) and no larger than 5GB.
How to perform the basic, non-development notebook tasks: find, share, create, open/edit, delete, and rename.
Notebooks are stored in either Shared or Personal "folders" in SingleStoreDB Cloud.
Notebooks stored in the Personal area are only visible to the notebook creator and cannot be shared.
To open or edit an existing notebook, select the notebook in the list of notebooks.
To create a notebook:
Select the ‘+’ icon next to Notebooks.
Enter a name for the notebook.
Choose a location (Personal or Shared) for the notebook.
Select a template from the template list, or just use "Blank".
Select a Python kernel and select Submit.
Notebooks are automatically saved (autosave) every 5 seconds.
All users with access to the same workgroup have access to the notebooks associated with that workspace that are in the Shared folder.
To share a notebook, select Copy Link from the (three-dot) More menu next to the desired notebook.
Notebooks in the Personal folder cannot be shared.
To rename a notebook, select Rename from the (three-dot) More menu next to the desired notebook.
To duplicate a notebook, select Duplicate from the (three-dot) More menu next to the desired notebook.
Enter a name for the notebook and select a location.
To delete a notebook, select Delete from the (three-dot) More menu next to the desired notebook.
Last modified: November 13, 2023