(Desktop) Anaconda Assistant in JupyterLab#
This topic provides guidance on accessing the Anaconda AI Assistant specifically in a local (desktop) instance of JupterLab. As the Assistant is virtually identical to its cloud counterpart in Anaconda Notebooks, refer to our Anaconda Assistant quickstart guide for guidance on using the Assistant.
Accessing the Anaconda Assistant#
You can enable and access the Anaconda Assistant in a local JupyterLab instance through either the command line interface (CLI) or Anaconda Navigator, the graphical user interface (GUI) that is automatically installed with Anaconda.
Command line interface (CLI)#
anaconda-toolbox package (which contains the Assistant) and launch JupyterLab using the following instructions:
Open a terminal (Anaconda Prompt for Windows users).
conda install anaconda-toolbox
Open a new notebook. The Assistant appears to the right of the notebook.
Log in or create an account.
You can submit 30 requests to the Assistant for free—after that, you must upgrade your account to interact further with the Assistant.
Refer to our Anaconda Assistant quickstart guide for guidance on using the Assistant.