A user can run and edit Jupyter Notebooks interactively in IN-CORE Lab. You can access IN-CORE Lab at https://incore.ncsa.illinois.edu. The IN-CORE Lab is a customized Jupyter Lab with pyIncore installed on the Linux server.
When you access it, you might see a button to Start My Server followed by a progress bar.
Main Incore Lab’s dashboard tab:
Running a Notebook in the Lab#
In the Running Notebook locally section we described how to run a Building Damage Notebook locally as an example, but you can develop and run all sorts of notebooks as you explore. The following section focuses on step-by-step instructions of running Notebooks on the IN-CORE Lab.
Upload the Building Damage Analysis notebook from your local machine to IN-CORE lab by clicking the
Uploadicon in the left panel and select building_dmg.ipybn.
The Notebook shows up in the left panel after a successful upload.
Double click to open the Notebook in the main area and run it. For instructions on how to run a Building Damage Analysis, please refer to the previous section Running Notebook locally.
Accessing IN-CORE Web Tools#
This section shows user how to access IN-CORE Web Tools on IN-CORE Lab. The IN-CORE Lab is a customized Jupyter Lab with
INCORE Login button in the main window and two IN-CORE-related menus,
INCORE apps and
INCORE Authenticatorbutton in the main window.
The Fragility, Data and Hazard Explorers under
INCORE appsmenu become enabled after pressing the
The IN-CORE Web Tools Viewers become part of INCORE Lab as shown below for the Fragility viewer.
For ease of access, documentation is easily accessible from IN-CORE Lab.
The second IN-CORE menu,
INCORE docs allows the user to see pyIncore documentation and API endpoints definitions for accessing Fragility, Data and Hazard server(s).