LeeRuns February 2016

Is jupyter replicating my data to a cloud server

This is a pretty simple question. I if you download jupyter as a part of Anaconda. How is your data being secured. When I run jupyter it does go straight to an html page, but that page displays my local folders on the servers I am connected to.

If I make a notebook, will that notebook be stored on a cloud server. Where does it go, and how can I keep all of my filee ("notebooks) local?

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minrk February 2016

Jupyter uses no cloud services, and should make no external requests when you are running it locally. The best way to think of a local install of Jupyter notebook is a desktop application that happens to use your web browser for its UI. It talks to the local filesystem, and relays that data to your browser over HTTP on localhost.

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