CUAHSI JupyterHub

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Created: Jun 10, 2020 at 5:19 p.m.
Last updated: Jun 03, 2024 at 3:15 p.m.
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The CUAHSI JupyterHub is a web application that allows HydroShare users to execute scientific code in the cloud. It’s hosted on the Google Cloud Platform and is maintained by the CUAHSI Compute staff. While this application supports the execution of a variety of codes, it’s primarily designed to write, build, and run Jupyter Notebooks. A Jupyter notebook is thus an enhanced computational environment that combines rich text and code execution into a single script-like container. The CUAHSI JupyterHub combines this functionality with the HydroShare data repository to provide a rich computational environment for water scientists.

The CUAHSI Jupyterhub is a scalable computational environment hosting on the Google Cloud Platform that has been carefully designed to provide maximum interoperability with the HydroShare data repository. The CUAHSI JupyterHub is a web application that allows HydroShare users to run code and models in the CUAHSI Compute Cloud. This application offers free, limited, computational resources primarily aimed at education and reproducible science.

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Castronova, A. (2024). CUAHSI JupyterHub, HydroShare,

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