Lab Extensions

Starting March 2022, we switched to jupyterlab as the default interface. Thus, we will no more install extensions for the classical jupyter notebook. You can still install those extensions in user-mode by adding the –user flag if using pip.

Available labextensions

We already provide some well-known extensions that we consider mature and useful for user’s workflow. installed and enabled The following extensions are installed and activated:

Request for new extensions

You can make a request to support@dkrz.de. We will then review the extension and decide wether we install it or not.

Note

Unfortunately, due to security and performance reasons we are not able to review and install all available third-party extensions.