New updates to geospatial-plus kernel on theGHub.org:
The geospatial-plus kernel has been updated with packages to support:
The geospatial-plus kernel now utilizes the geospatial-2021-09 conda environment. Any notebook marked to use this kernel will now run this updated environment.
To see all packages in the current geospatial kernel, run this command in your Deb10 jupyter notebook:
!conda list -n geospatial-2021-09
Or, you can view the partial package list here:
Are you using the pyproj package in your notebooks? Since we have several conda installations of pyproj, you may see a SQLite error when using the package.
Here's how to circumvent it, right inside the notebook:
# Check the database we are using:
# we want to use this most current pyproj database:
# so we can set it as follows:
thedir = '/apps/share64/debian10/anaconda/anaconda-6/envs/geospatial_plus/share/proj'
A note about (Jupyter) Notebooks on GHub:
The Jupyter on Deb10 tool should be your tool of choice for running Jupyter Notebooks on theGHub.org. (Note that the older "Jupyter Notebook" tool is unmaintained, and is retained only for backwards compatability. Please avoid using it!)
For more information about GHub's Jupyter Notebooks capabilities, please try out the Jupyter Notebooks Examples and Documentation (Deb10) tool.