Follow the instructions in the following setup guide to install all the required software:
Follow our guide to set up git repository (repo) for our class: [git Set Up].
All of our programming will be done in “notebooks.” Your python install will need a few libraries in order to run the notebooks. Using your command line, run the following:
conda install jupyter conda install pandas
This will take a bit. You will need to press [Enter] to confirm you want to install of of the packages (the option
[y]/n shows that
y is default when you choose no option).
Using your command line, navigate to your
stat430 repository (
cd Desktop -> cd stat430 -> cd [NETID] OR
cd OneDrive/Desktop -> cd stat430 -> cd [NetID] for some of you) and fetch the notebook from our release repository by running the following two git commands:
git fetch release git merge release/lab01 -m "Merging initial files"
ONLY IF you get an error related to unrelated histories, use:
git merge release/lab01 --allow-unrelated-histories -m "Merging initial files"
Open the notebook with the command:
Inside of the notebook webpage:
Whenever you are done, you should save the current checkpoint (using File -> Save Checkpoint in the notebook) to save your work. Once your work is saved, you can exit the command line running the notebook with
Ctrl + C.
When you have completed working, you should always submit your work (even if you’re not quite finished). We will always grade the latest push you made before the due date (and ignore everything else) — submitting multiple times is okay and encouraged!
Inside of Jupyter:
After exiting Jupyter, your command prompt will return to accept new commands. Using your command prompt, run:
git add -A git commit -m "submission (or any message here)" git push origin master
You can verify your submission was made by visiting the web interface to github:
Modified from Wade Fagen-Ulmschneider & Karle Flanagan’s STAT 107 - Fall 2019 guide with permission.