Submitting Labs

  1. Commit your changes
  2. Convert any Jupyter notebooks to Markdown
  3. Commit your work and Push to Github
  4. Review the feedback on your submission

Before you submit

Ideally, you’d commit small changes as you go. At a minimum, make sure that you commit your changes to your local repository each time you are wrapping up a coding session or about to take a break. Consider testing your code on ACI (or you local computer) before submitting the final version of your code.


Convert any Jupyter notebooks to Markdown

julia --project=. -e 'using Weave; convert_doc("NOTEBOOK_NAME.ipynb","NOTEBOOK_NAME.jmd")'
git add NOTEBOOK_NAME.jmd  # Only need to do this once per new file you create if you use the -a option with "git commit" below.  Otherwise, need to do each time you want to deposit a new version of the file into your respository.

Commit your changes and push to Github

git commit -a -m "Completed"    # Commit all changes you've made to files being tracked and lets me know that you're done with the assignment
git push                        # Uploads your progress to github


Review the feedback on your submission