07-25-2016 11:10 AM - edited 07-25-2016 03:22 PM
A new release of SAS University Edition is now available via update for existing users or download. This release includes:
A fix for SAS OnDemand for Academics
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07-25-2016 01:05 PM
Is there a page that shows how to set-up Jupyter Notebooks using our production SAS installations?
07-25-2016 01:33 PM
08-09-2016 11:10 AM
@Sticky - right now, the sas_kernel project supports SAS on Linux only. Python (a requirement) is pretty much baked into Linux distributions, and as you say the current implementation uses communication methods not available in SAS for Windows. While the sas_kernel can be hosted only on Linux, you can access Jupyter from any connected browser client (Windows, mobile, etc.)
08-02-2016 06:02 PM
Is there anything special that needs to happen for the Jupyter Notebook to show up in GitHub?
Mine won't display by default, but I barely understand GitHub.
08-03-2016 10:49 AM
When I go here: https://github.com/sassoftware/sas_kernel
I see this screen:
Note the green "Clone or download" button on the far right. You should be able to use this to download a zip file containing the SAS kernel. The installation instructions on that page should work for you.
Do you see this download button?
08-09-2016 11:12 AM
I think @Reeza is trying to publish a *.ipnyb file on GitHub and not seeing it render. Is that right? I haven't tried hard enough yet, but I wonder if there is some content in SAS-related notebooks that trips it up.
08-09-2016 01:27 PM
Yes @ChrisHemedinger that is the issue. But it looks like Notebooks in the GitHub link above do render so wondering if I missed a step.
08-20-2016 06:54 PM
Getting back to this, ipynb don't show up either so that's a fairly big annoyance. How can we share Ipynb then?
I see the same on my pages
08-22-2016 07:23 AM
I think the GitHub viewer is not working properly. This uses a service called nbconverter to convert the ipnyb file to an HTML format that can be viewed in your browser.
nbviewer.jupyter.org hosts the same nbconverter service, and it works. See the above notebook as an example: