I installed nrp via docker on my platform! First of all: worked on my first try! What you should add to unexperienced users: You don’t get the link to localhost:9000/#/esv-private. I found it by accident here in the forum. Maybe this should be more obvious.
Now to my main problem: I cannot get the local docker nrp install on my system to launch the interactive jupyter. I guess it is not part of the nrp docker installation? I already tried to install a third docker (nrp docker is split up into frontend-container and backend-container) using the jupyter/scipy-notebook image, and for obvious reasons I simply mounted the experiments volume into that newly created container (that mounting feature was the reason for installing jupyther this way in the first place).
Sadly my first experiment /experiments/tutorial_baseball_solution/tutorial_baseball.ipynb did not work as expected: It misses the Virtual Coach Package (hbp_nrp_virtual_coach.virtual_coach) and crashes on import. After manually adding that package to my work folder (as I am not sure how persistent jupyther handles installations between docker restarts…), it throws this error:
File "<ipython-input-2-547f7e2283ae>", line 3, in <module> from hbp_nrp_virtual_coach.virtual_coach import VirtualCoach File "/home/jovyan/work/hbp_nrp_virtual_coach/virtual_coach.py", line 154 print table.draw() ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax
Maybe there is a very easy solution; maybe I just have the problem because I am not that experienced with nrp, yet.
I think it would be beneficial for local docker installations to also ship jupyter. My experiments using an external jupyter container are just a sad try to compensate for that gap.
Thanks in advance for your help!