git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Prime79/modelling-python.git git checkout <project-name>
docker-compose up jupyter or, if you want to customize something you can do that on one level deeper:
docker pull ecox/modelling-python:<name-of-project> and
docker run -it --rm -p 8888:8888 -v $PWD:/home/jovyan/work ecox/modelling-python:<name-of-project>
Whenever you feel you need to modify the docker image after the project started, make sure that all ipynb works. Most probably you want to create a new branch for the new image.
run script inside containers
This runs the default python script (easter.py) inside a container. Output is written in file (name is combined from container id, script name and timestamp)
Specifiy script and container if you need to.
bash run_in_container.sh your_script.sh, container_id
Let's assume that you want to start a new project, you need a new environment.
First, you should create a new branch:
git checkout -b <name-of-project>
Push that branch to github:
git push origin <name-of-project>
modify Dockerfile, consider modifying docker-compose.yml
git commit, git push
the corresponding docker image will be created automatically