You can create custom kernels from an Anaconda environment or a Singularity container. In both cases you’ll need to install the ipykernel package.
Jupyter kernel based on Anaconda environment To create a custom kernel of the Anaconda environment myenv that uses Python 3.7:
module load anaconda/2019.10-py3.7 conda create -n myenv python=3.7 ipykernel <other_packages> source activate myenv python -m ipykernel install –user –name myenv –display-name "My Env" Note:
You can customize the display name for your kernel. It is shown when you hover over a tile in JupyterLab. If you do not specify a display name, the default Python [conda env:<ENV_NAME>] will be shown.
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