The Python 3 kernel:
- is already included when you install Jupyter.
- To install Jupyter, If you have Conda or pip installers available in your environment, you can just add package
- If you do not, you can add
python3-wheelvia apt-get, and then add
jupytervia the pip3 installer (which will appear automatically when you've added
The R kernel:
- requires the package
IRkernel: available either through CRAN, or, if you have the Conda installer available, you can add package
r-irkerneland then add the channel
rto Conda's list of available channels.
- You'll also need to run, in the postInstall script, the command
Rscript -e "IRkernel::installspec()".
The Julia kernel:
- requires the Julia package
- You could theoretically install this in any environment, but it's probably best to start with a Python 3.7 (with Conda) base image.
- First, add
jupyteras conda packages, and then add the channel
conda-forgeto Conda's list of available channels.
- Second, in the postInstall script, run
julia -e 'using Pkg; Pkg.add("IJulia
The Stata kernel:
- Start your capsule from an environment with Stata available.
- Via the apt-get installer, add the packages
- Via the
pip3installer that dynamically appears, add
- In the postInstall script, run the following:
ipython -c "import ipystata; \
from ipystata.config import config_stata; \
What if I need a different (or older) Kernel?
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