Jupyter Problems (2)
To connect to the Jupyter/IPython notebooks, go to the URL: https://tools.cs.earlham.edu/jupyter.
An alternative way to access this site is by going to https://tools.cs.earlham.edu and selecting the Jupyter/IPython button.
With so many people using the Notebook and python kernel, sometimes it gets a little stuck. It’s possible that the kernel has been temporarily overloaded and just needs a restart.
- Make sure you save your notebook file. Restarting the kernel should not affect it, but it’s better to be on the safe side.
- On the toolbar at the top of your notebook, click the ‘Kernel’ option.
- On the drop-down, click ‘Restart.’
- A popup asking if you want to restart or continue running will open. Click ‘Restart.’
You’ve just restarted your kernel. On the right edge the toolbar, a blue box saying ‘Connected’ and the ‘Kernel Ready’ should flash by. The kernel is now ready. Try running your code again from the top.