We've added more options to support public libraries in the Notebook, such as those hosted at pipy, CRAN, and public-facing GitHub repositories. Use “pip” for Python and ”install” for R to add a public library to your current Notebook session. Please note: this option is supported for Python 3.6 and R.
In Python Notebooks: The following commands should be entered in a Notebook cell (using “bloom-filter” as an example library; the
>/dev/null 2>&1 will prevent distracting installation messages):
! pip install bloom-filter -t "/tmp" > /dev/null 2>&1
Then, do a regular import in a subsequent cell as for other libraries - for example:
from bloom_filter import BloomFilter
In R Notebooks: The following commands should be entered in a Notebook cell (using “random” as an example package):