If the sheet does not render when you call mitosheet.sheet(), this is usually fixable through the following steps:
Shut down the currently running JupyterLab instance. Close all browser tabs with JupyterLab open.
Relaunch JupyterLab. Retry calling
If this does not work, try rerunning the installer and repeating the above steps.
If your installation fails with a
PermissionError, then you likely will be able to successfully install Mito by rerunning the installation commands with adminstrator privileges.
For Windows, this means running the command prompt as an admin, and for Mac/Linux means using the sudo command for the installation commands
This bug can be tricky to resolve. For the best chance of getting sorted, take the following steps:
In your browser, open the developer console. This is usually done by pressing
shift+right clicking, and then clicking the option that includes the word
When the developer tab opens up, click the section labeled
console and scroll to the top. You will likely see a red print out with some error messages.
Screen shot those error messages, and send them in an email to [email protected]! We'll respond within a few hours, and should be able to get your issues resolved!
To resolve this:
Download the Node.js installer here and follow the prompts to install Node.
Restart your terminal.
Rerun the installation commands, and they should work properly.
If you have any other issues installing Mito, or you're looking to install Mito on JupyterHub or Kuberenetes, get in touch. We'd love to help.