Hi, I’ve tried downloading the jupyter notebooks but it doesn’t let me. Doesn’t even let me save a copy. Is it prohibited to download the jupyter notebooks?
HI, @arslankas . Try this:
- Open your assignment/lecture notebook.Click Menu
- Go to top left, “File → Open…”
- When the page opens, select the checkbox next to your assignment/lecture notebook name and then click “Shutdown”.
- When it shutdowns, select the checkbox next to your assignment/lecture notebook name and then click “Download”. I hope this help
Hello @DhruvAwasthi ,
Welcome to the community!!
As per the community guidelines you are not supposed to post notebooks on Github.
Kindly go through the code of conduct : Code of Conduct
Hello @arslankas ,
I had reported it to the team your issue.
I think it’s solved now.
Presently from my side I can see it’s working .
Can you kindly try again now.
Let me know if it’s resolved for your end too or you still can’t download.
Thank you. That was perfect solution
Thank you. The problem was that Notebook was running while I was trying to download it.
Using Jacques’ method solved it for me
Using “File → Download as → Notebook” is still not working. The solution that is working is the one suggested by @Jacques_Asinyo. I guess the issue still persists. Additionally, it doesn’t allow me to save the current state of the notebooks, so when I download the notebooks, they get downloaded in their default state.
Hi @nilosreesengupta ,
I have the same experience as @Elemento, unable to save the current state of the notebook. Downloaded notebook is in the default state only.
Oh I see! that’s a good way out suggested by @Jacques_Asinyo !
If you want to convert your .ipynb file to .py:
- Use the provided Solution to download the notebook
- Open the notebook in VS Code
- Click on the … tab (next to the Outline tab) and choose Export
- Select Python Script as format
Welcome, and we are glad that you could become a part of our community There is no need to convert
.ipynb notebook into a
.py script manually. You can directly download the notebook from DLAI’s hosted server as a
.py script. In order to do this, you can just go to “File → Download as → Python (.py)”. I hope this helps.
This is for the case when the normal download feature does not work.
It happened for several chapters in the training course “Building Systems with the ChatGPT API.”
Oh, I forgot about that issue. Thanks for sharing the work-around.