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= Beaker Notebooks in the EGI Federated Cloud =
[http://beakernotebook.com/ Beaker] is supported in [https://notebooks.egi.eu EGI Notebooks]. Please contact us if you want to use it.
 
== Introduction ==
This guide is intended for researchers who want to use [http://beakernotebook.com/ Beaker], an open source tool for data analysis and visualization.
 
Beaker is a notebook-style development environment for working interactively with large and complex datasets. Its plugin-based architecture allows you to switch between languages or add new ones with ease, ensuring that you always have the right tool for any of your analysis and visualization needs.
 
== How to start Beaker Notebook ==
The starting point is to use one of the two Docker-ready images available in the EGI AppDB:
 
[https://appdb.egi.eu/store/vappliance/docker.ubuntu.14.04 EGI Docker Ubuntu 14.04 image],
*  [https://appdb.egi.eu/store/vappliance/docker.ubuntu.16.04 EGI Docker Ubuntu 16.04 image],
 
You can start that image as any other image available from AppDB:
# Go to the [https://appdb.egi.eu/store/vappliance/docker.ubuntu.14.04 EGI Docker image entry in AppDB]
# Check the IDs of the OCCI templates and endpoints to run the image for your VO at the selected site
# Use a ssh-key when creating the VM ([[HOWTO11_How_to_use_the_rOCCI_Client#How_to_create_a_key_pair_to_access_the_VMs_via_SSH|check FAQ for more info]])
# ''(Optional)'' Some sites may require the [[HOWTO11_How_to_use_the_rOCCI_Client#How_to_attach_a_public_ip_address_to_a_compute_resource|allocation of a public IP]] before you can log in
# Then you can either log in into the VM and use docker from there, or configure your docker client to connect to the remote VM.

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