These are some brief notes on the inaugural use of https://jupyter.org at an OME event.
The examples mentioned below use the Image Data Resource (IDR) as a source of realistically (over-)large data with an open license. Migrating the examples to work with your own server should not pose any difficulty, though you might not have the necessary metadata and data types for some examples.
Before anything else, if you haven't been added to https://github.com/idr-contrib, please raise your hand now. You will need to be added to this organization in order to login.
If you've already been through this once, help your neighbor.
If you'd prefer not to login, you can follow along on nbviewer.
If you are waiting on someone to add you, you might browse through the available notebooks.
We'll know when you are successful in that you can click on "Start Server":
There are countless online resources but very briefly:
['A', 'B', 'C']
There are two Jupyter servers running which may lead to some confusion:
Connected to IDR... Number of screens: 35