Workspace is the core concept in Docklet. It represents a WEB based interactive working environment. The Docklet Workspace is provided by an open source component Jupyter Notebook, by which users can create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text. It can be used in the following area: data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, machine learning and much more.
For most users, they do not care about the low level details of physical hosts, clusters, containers or vclusters. They only need to open a browser to enter their personal Workspace, then interactively do their jobs, even including visualizations in the browser. Currently the Jupyter Notebook supports more than 40 programming languages.
The following is a snapshop of Jupyter Notebook Workspace:
For advanced users, Jupyter Notebook offers WEB Terminal to accomplish all most all non-visualization works.