Installing Mito in a Docker Container

Step by step instructions for installing Mito with a Docker file.

Before Installing Mito

  1. Verify that the docker image is using Python 3.7 or greater.

  2. Ensure that the docker image can use classic Jupyter Notebooks or JupyterLab 3.x.

Installing Mito

Add the following command to your docker file:

RUN pip install --no-cache-dir mitosheet
RUN jupyter nbextension install mitosheet
RUN jupyter nbextension enable mitosheet

Then, after you launch this container, you can run a classic Jupyter Notebook or JupyterLab instance and create a mitosheet with the following standard instructions.

pageCreating a Mitosheet

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