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.
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
pip3installer that dynamically appears, add
In the postInstall script, run the following:
ipython -c "import ipystata; \
from ipystata.config import config_stata; \
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