Elyra can be installed via PyPI:



JupyterLab support

  • JupyterLab 1.x is supported on Elyra 0.10.x and below

via PyPi:

pip install elyra==0.10.3 && jupyter lab build
  • JupyterLab 2.x is supported on Elyra 1.0.0 and above

via PyPi:

pip install --upgrade elyra && jupyter lab build

Note: Ubuntu and CentOS users may need to use pip3 install elyra

using Conda:

conda install -c conda-forge elyra && jupyter lab build

Verify Installation

jupyter serverextension list

Should output:

config dir: /usr/local/etc/jupyter
    elyra  enabled
    - Validating...
      elyra 1.1.0 OK
    jupyterlab  enabled
    - Validating...
      jupyterlab 2.2.2 OK
    jupyterlab_git  enabled
    - Validating...
      jupyterlab_git 0.20.0 OK
    nbdime  enabled
    - Validating...
      nbdime 2.0.0 OK```

NOTE: If you don't see the elyra server extension enabled, you may need to explicitly enable
it with `jupyter serverextension enable elyra`

jupyter labextension list

Should output:

Known labextensions:
   app dir: /.../share/jupyter/lab
        @elyra/code-snippet-extension v1.1.0  enabled  OK*
        @elyra/metadata-extension v1.1.0  enabled  OK*
        @elyra/pipeline-editor-extension v1.1.0  enabled  OK*
        @elyra/python-editor-extension v1.1.0  enabled  OK*
        @elyra/theme-extension v1.1.0  enabled  OK*
        @jupyterlab/git v0.20.0  enabled  OK
        @jupyterlab/toc v4.0.0  enabled  OK
        nbdime-jupyterlab v2.0.0  enabled  OK