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If My Task Is Derived From A Jupyter Notebook: In The Base Mode, It Seems Like There Is A Bunch Of Stuff Automatically Set Up To Give Me An “Artifact” Saved Version Of The Notebook As It Exists On My Local Machine (Where The Task Is Running). But Then If

If my task is derived from a jupyter notebook:
In the base mode, it seems like there is a bunch of stuff automatically set up to give me an “artifact” saved version of the notebook as it exists on my local machine (where the task is running). But then if I clone + enqueue this to run on another worker, that is no longer produced. And it looks like the ipynb is converted to a .py under the hood.
Is there a straightforward way to run it as a jupyter notebook, and get the same whole-notebook output as an artifact?

Posted 8 months ago
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If you mean to fetch the notebook via code you can see this example here:

What do you mean exactly by run it as notebook? Do you mean you want an interactive session to work on a jupyter notebook?

Posted 8 months ago