[IPython-User] What's the best way to get data into a notebook?
Thu Aug 16 03:00:30 CDT 2012
I think the Notebook *needs* an easy way to move files to and from the
system it's running on and the client machine. NBC really struggles without
it and there's no clean workaround.
Something like Dropbox might help as a short term fix in Benjie's case??
On Aug 16, 2012 6:08 AM, "Fernando Perez" <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 6:37 PM, Benjie Chen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > I have some code in the notebook that needs to run on an input.
> > Currently I have to give people access to some shared drive where they
> > can put data into a file, then load it via the notebook. Is there a
> > better way to paste data into the notebook as input to some code?
> I think it's important to clarify how to best think of this question:
> the notebook's kernel simply sees the filesystem of the machine it's
> running on, nothing more, nothing less. The notebook has no special
> 'data store'. So your question really is: how do I put files on that
> filesystem? The answer is: IPython doesn't provide any special
> mechanisms to do so, we assume that you can scp/ftp/copy files into
> that machine for now. This is, however, something where IPython
> *could* offer its own upload mechanism so that users don't need to
> know exactly how to get filesystem-level access into the machine. It
> just hasn't been done yet.
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