JupyterHub's Browser-Based Data Transfer Guide


The DesignSafe JupyterHub provides a convenient way to upload and download small amounts of data ( < 100 MB, < 25 files).


To Upload a File Through Jupyter

Launch Jupyter by logging into DesignSafe and going to Workspace > Tools & Applications > Analysis > Jupyter > Select Jupyter from dropdown.

When your session has launched you will see a directory structure similar to that shown below.

Select MyData.

Select MyData

Navigate to the directory where you wish to upload.

Select Folder for Upload

Select Upload

Select Upload

Select the file(s) you wish to upload and press OK. You will now see the files have been queued for upload. Click Upload for each queued file.

Click Upload

After the upload is complete the files will be viewable in Jupyter.

Upload Complete

If you would like to upload an entire folder, please use one of the large data transfer methods listed in the Data Transfer Guide.

 


To Download a File Through Jupyter

To download a file, select the file then select Download.

Note depending on how you have configured your browser, it will either download the file directly to your default downloads directory or will prompt you to save the file in a location of your choice.

Select File for Download

If you would like to download an entire folder, please use one of the large data transfer methods listed in the Data Transfer Guide.


Important: To avoid problems when transferring files to DesignSafe, name your files using standard ASCII characters, for example [a-z][A-Z][0-9][-,_], and avoid the use of special characters, for example [%,*,#,@,°].

If you have any issues transferring files using the JupyterHub browser interface, please create a ticket (https://designsafe-ci.org/help).

Last Update: October 2021