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[How to use Jupyter-Hub on the SCC] added info on kernels
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 **Note** that for using Jupyter-Hub on the Scientific Compute Cluster (SCC) you need a GWDG account which is activated for the use of the compute cluster. If your GWDG account is not yet activated you can do it by sending an informal email to <​hpc@gwdg.de>​. **Note** that for using Jupyter-Hub on the Scientific Compute Cluster (SCC) you need a GWDG account which is activated for the use of the compute cluster. If your GWDG account is not yet activated you can do it by sending an informal email to <​hpc@gwdg.de>​.
 ===== How to use Jupyter-Hub on the SCC ===== ===== How to use Jupyter-Hub on the SCC =====
-Jupyter-Hub on the SCC can be used identically to the [[en:​services:​application_services:​jupyter:​start|Jupyter / Jupyter-Hub]] and currently supports '​Python'​ and '​R'​ kernels. After a successful authentication,​ there are 2 options of spawning Jupyter notebooks available:+Jupyter-Hub on the SCC can be used identically to the [[en:​services:​application_services:​jupyter:​start|Jupyter / Jupyter-Hub]] and currently supports ​''​Python'' and ''R'' kernels. After a successful authentication,​ there are 2 options of spawning Jupyter notebooks available:
   - GWDG HPC   - GWDG HPC
   - GWDG HPC with IPython Parallel   - GWDG HPC with IPython Parallel