Controlling HBP Morphology Viewer from within a Jupyter notebook

To understand this tutorial, please read the data exchange tutorial first. That tutorial explains how to send data to HBP Morphology Viewer from within a web-application. Jupyter notebooks do run inside a webbrowser, and it is only a small step to make the data exchange mechanism work for this use case.

Given that Jupyter notebooks are excellent tools for writing tutorials, we here refer to the tutorial notebook for further instructions. You can view (but not run) the notebook here. To run and edit it, download the notebook and open it in your own private Jupyter notebook app, or in a public notebook server, such as Azure notebooks or the HBP Collab. The notebook has issues on Google Colab notebooks because of additional security constraints implemented by Google.

This tutorial was intentionally kept short.