Now we’re in the Notebook view, and there are a few things to make note of…
- Title - The title is editable and so is the whole hierarchy right from here. Weird.
- Controls - Here you’ll find some of the controls for the whole notebook, such as playing the whole thing, hiding code/editor view (like shown in the screenshot), duplicating and more.
- Helpers - Things such as keyboard shortcuts, Settings, and other functions.
- Interpreter Bindings - If this is the first time in Zeppelin and running a Notebook, be sure to set your interpreter binding order so that the sections below run.
- Paragraphs - In a Notebook you’ll have "paragraphs" that have titles, a code editor view, output and settings. You can see most of the expanded parts of the Short Intro paragraph that uses the Markdown (md) interpreter.
Save Interpreter Bindings
Before we can execute our Notebook we’ll need to set our Interpreter Binding
settings so click Save
Expand code, output, execute
Next, for the purposes of this workshop, at the top in the Controls, click Show/hide the output
until all the Output is show, and click Show/hide the code
until all the paragraphs have their code displayed. When you run through each paragraph in the notebook, the code view will be hidden, and the output will be shown most of the time. If the task has Finished
with no errors and the Output portion didn’t show, simply toggle them with the paragraph controls to the top right of each paragraph.
Take a few minutes to work through this example and move onto the next exercise.