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04-01-2020 10:36 AM
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What are the recommended practices for package and environment management in these notebooks? I don't see this mentioned in 03/31 release document.

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Hi Charlie, 

ArcGIS Notebooks (in Online and Enterprise) use what's called a Notebook Runtime (if you open a notebook and click on the Info tab you can view the manifest which lists all libraries and packages, see image below) to manage packages and environments. Within ArcGIS Enterprise we support the ability to create custom Notebook Runtimes, however this is not supported in ArcGIS Online. In Online you can still do in-notebook pip or conda installs to add additional libraries you may need to the notebook runtime. 

If you are using ArcGIS Notebooks in Pro then the notebooks will use the active ArcGIS Pro Python environment and you can customize it through the Pro Python Package Manager or through conda. 

How to find the Notebook Runtime Manifest from within a notebook.

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Hi Charlie, 

ArcGIS Notebooks (in Online and Enterprise) use what's called a Notebook Runtime (if you open a notebook and click on the Info tab you can view the manifest which lists all libraries and packages, see image below) to manage packages and environments. Within ArcGIS Enterprise we support the ability to create custom Notebook Runtimes, however this is not supported in ArcGIS Online. In Online you can still do in-notebook pip or conda installs to add additional libraries you may need to the notebook runtime. 

If you are using ArcGIS Notebooks in Pro then the notebooks will use the active ArcGIS Pro Python environment and you can customize it through the Pro Python Package Manager or through conda. 

How to find the Notebook Runtime Manifest from within a notebook.

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