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Scheduling Jupyter Notebook to Run

katie.shakman Administrator, Domino Posts: 258 admin
edited April 2020 in Tutorials & Best Practices
Did you know you can run an entire Jupyter notebook as a scheduled job in Domino? 

Any notebook file can be run directly as a Job (i.e. non-interactively) or a Scheduled Job.  To run the notebook as a Job, navigate to the ipynb file in your project.  You should see something like the image below, with a "Run" button in the upper right corner.  Click the "Run" button to start that notebook as a Job.  


Once you've confirmed that the notebook runs successfully as a single Job, you can schedule it to repeat as often as you'd like. 


Check out the docs on Scheduled Runs for a detailed walk-through: https://docs.dominodatalab.com/en/latest/get_started/7-deploy.html#scheduled-reports

As always, let us know below if you have questions, comments, or feedback. 


Field Data Scientist @ Domino



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