The carme lab command mirrors the function of the jupyter lab command, but using Docker containers.
By default, the carme lab command will share the current working directory with the container.
Information for the port and image can be pulled from 3 different places and are searched for in this order:
- If an image and/or port is passed as an option, that option is used (top priority).
- If an image and/or port is set in the config/carme-config.yaml file, that option is used (second priority).
- If an image and/or port is set in the (user home)/.carme/config/carme-config.yaml then that option will be used (lower priority).
Option 3 is useful to be able to work on multiple projects at once, as it allows you to launch a carme powered docker container from any directory.
Usage: carme lab [OPTIONS]
Launch Jupyter Notebook (using Docker).
--image TEXT The Jupyter docker image (must be based on Jupyter stacks). --port TEXT The Jupyter docker image (must be based on Jupyter stacks). --background Run Docker container in the background. --dryrun Only print the command, do not run. --help Show this message and exit.