To use OpenSoundscape in JupyterLab or in a Jupyter Notebook, you may either start Jupyter from within your OpenSoundscape virtual environment and use the “Python 3” kernel in your notebooks, or create a separate “OpenSoundscape” kernel using the instructions below
The following steps assume you have already used your operating system-specific installation instructions to create a virtual environement containing OpenSoundscape and its dependencies.
Use virtual environment
Activate your virtual environment
Start JupyterLab or Jupyter Notebook from inside the conda environment, e.g.:
Copy and paste the JupyterLab link into your web browser
With this method, the default “Python 3” kernel will be able to import
Create independent kernel
Use the following steps to create a kernel that appears in any notebook you open, not just notebooks opened from your virtual environment.
Activate your virtual environment to have access to the
Create ipython kernel with the following command, replacing
ENV_NAMEwith the name of your OpenSoundscape virtual environment.
python -m ipykernel install --user --name=ENV_NAME --display-name=OpenSoundscape
Now when you make a new notebook on JupyterLab, or change kernels on an existing notebook, you can choose to use the “OpenSoundscape” Python kernel
Contributors: if you include Jupyter’s
autoreload, any changes you make to the source code installed via poetry will be reflected whenever you run the
%autoreload line magic in a cell:
%load_ext autoreload %autoreload