Installing Jupyter Extensions¶
You can install any extensions from Jupyter contrib extensions that do not require a server extension. You do not need to stop DSS to perform these actions.
When an extension is enabled, it is for all users on the platform, you cannot enable an extension for specific users.
Some extensions need a specific package installed in the code env of the notebook to be able to run. Always refer to the documentation of the extension.
List available extensions¶
To list all available extensions, open a terminal and type
DATA_DIR/bin/dssadmin jupyter-nbextensions available
Even though they are listed, extensions requiring a server extension are not supported.
List enabled extensions¶
To list all extensions enabled, open a terminal and type
DATA_DIR/bin/dssadmin jupyter-nbextensions list
Enable an extension¶
To enable an extension, open a terminal and type
DATA_DIR/bin/dssadmin jupyter-nbextensions enable EXTENSION_NAME
For example if you want to enable the extension Codefolding :
DATA_DIR/bin/dssadmin jupyter-nbextensions enable codefolding/main
Disable an extension¶
To disable an extension, open a terminal and type
DATA_DIR/bin/dssadmin jupyter-nbextensions disable EXTENSION_NAME
For example if you want to disable the extension Collapsible Headings :
DATA_DIR/bin/dssadmin jupyter-nbextensions disable collapsible_headings/main
Customize an extension¶
Refer to the documentation of the extension to know the options and types supported.
You can also find them in the
Parameters section of the extension’s yaml file.
You need to edit the file on
DSS_HOME/jupyter-run/jupyter/config/nbconfig/notebook.json and have an entry for the extension
Example using the extension Table of Contents (2):