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en:services:application_services:jupyter:hpc [2019/04/25 11:53]
akhuziy [Using IPython Parallel]
en:services:application_services:jupyter:hpc [2019/10/08 14:45]
bwegman1 [Installing additional Python modules]
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-Workers currently configured to run maximum **1 hour**. If you want to change that, you can edit the submission scripts of workers in ''~/.ipython/profile_lsf/ipcluster_config.py''+Workers currently configured to run maximum **1 hour**. If you want to change that, you can edit the submission scripts of workers in ''~/.ipython/profile_slurm/ipcluster_config.py''
  
 ==== Installing additional Python modules ==== ==== Installing additional Python modules ====
 Additional Python modules can be installed via the terminal and the Python package manager "pip". To do this, a terminal must be opened via the menu "New" -> "Terminal". Afterwards  Additional Python modules can be installed via the terminal and the Python package manager "pip". To do this, a terminal must be opened via the menu "New" -> "Terminal". Afterwards 
-<code bash>pip install --user <module></code> +<code bash>python3 -m pip install --user <module></code> 
 installs a new module in the home directory. installs a new module in the home directory.
  
 +You also can use self defined kernels and install conda environments on non-parallel notebook. Please refer to [[en:services:application_services:jupyter:start#installation_of_additional_packages_and_environments_via_conda|Installing additional environments via conda]]