Jupyter Notebook is a Web based tool for a Virtual Research Environment (VRE). With this tool you can combine input data, Phyton programming, prewritten simulation/calculation programs and combine this with visualisation and text. You can cooperate in this ‘notebook’ with others in the same environment and follow what others have done, look together at results, write small programs and test and re-run. Jupyter Notebook offers several programming languages. You are welcome to use this service when you want to use datasets available from the ICOS-Carbon Portal.
Read more about this Web-based tool on the homepage of Jupyter.
If you are interested to use Jupyter Notebook as an VRE, send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org