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Step 1: Retrieve the lab using git
Using your command line, navigate to your
stat107 repository (
cd Desktop ->
cd stat107 ->
cd [NETID]) and fetch the notebook from our release repository by running the following two
git fetch release git merge release/lab_experimental-design -m "Merging initial files"
ONLY IF you get an error related to unrelated histories, use:
git merge release/lab_experimental-design --allow-unrelated-histories -m "Merging initial files"
Here’s a link to our Day 1 dataset, which you will use in this lab:
Step 2: Open the notebook
Open the notebook with the command:
Inside of the notebook webpage:
- Navigate into
- Open up the
- Follow the instructions inside of the notebook
Whenever you are done, you should checkpoint (using File -> Save Checkpoint in the notebook) your notebook to save your work. Once your work is saved, you can:
Close and Halton the notebook
Quit(in the top-right) on the directory view to completely exit jupyter
Step 3: Submitting your work
When you’re ready to save your work online and/or submit your work, return to the command line and run:
git add -A git commit -m "submission (or any message here)" git push origin master