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Saving output programmatically from a Jupyter Notebook

CyberGISX relies on Ubuntu (linux) so it uses the standard linux paths.


To access your “home directory” from within a Notebook you will need to access “~/work”. To store results in the same place as your Jupyter Notebook you can use “./” (period slash) which means “here.”


To see the actual path to any notebook you can use “!pwd” in a Jupyter cell. In a Python notebook “!” means “run this as bash” and “pwd” means Print Working Directory.

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