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information, see Create Bootstrap Actions to Install Additional Software (p. 100) and Using a Custom AMI (p. 93) . With Amazon EMR 5.26.0 and later, you can install additional library packages from within the notebook editor. These libraries are notebook-scoped libraries. They are available only to the current notebook session. They do not interfere with cluster-wide libraries or libraries installed within other notebooks. For more information, see Using Notebook-Scoped Libraries (p. 31) . Clusters that you use with an EMR notebook have requirements. The number of notebooks that you can use with a cluster is limited by the master node configuration. For more information, see Creating Amazon EMR Clusters for Notebooks (p. 24) . Creating a Notebook You create an EMR notebook using the Amazon EMR console. Creating notebooks using the AWS CLI or the Amazon EMR API is not supported. To create an EMR notebook 1. Open the Amazon EMR console at . 2. Choose Notebooks , Create notebook . 3. Enter a Notebook name and an optional Notebook description . 4. If you have an active cluster running Hadoop, Spark, and Livy to which you want to attach the notebook, leave the default, select Choose , select a cluster from the list, and then Choose cluster . Only clusters that meet the requirements are listed. —or— Choose Create a cluster , enter a Cluster name and choose the number and type of EC2 instances for the cluster. One instance hosts the master node, and the remainder are used for core nodes. You can also choose a custom service role and EC2 instance profile, if necessary. For more information, see Creating a Cluster When You Create a Notebook (p. 24) . 5. For Security groups , choose Use default security groups . Alternatively, choose Choose security groups and select custom security groups. You select one for the master instance and another for the notebook service. For more information, see the section called “Security Groups for EMR Notebooks” (p. 266) . 6. For AWS Service Role , leave the default or choose a custom role from the list. For more information, see Service Role for EMR Notebooks (p. 188) . 7. For Notebook location choose the location in Amazon S3 where the notebook file is saved, or specify your own location. If the bucket and folder don't exist, Amazon EMR creates it. Amazon EMR creates a folder with the Notebook ID as folder name, and saves the notebook to a file named NotebookName .ipynb . For example, if you specify the Amazon S3 location s3://MyBucket/MyNotebooks for a notebook named MyFirstEMRManagedNotebook , the notebook file is saved to s3://MyBucket/MyNotebooks/ NotebookID / MyFirstEMRManagedNotebook.ipynb . 8. Optionally, choose Tags , and then add any additional key-value tags for the notebook. 23
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Amazon EMR Management Guide Creating Clusters for Notebooks Important A default tag with the Key string set to creatorUserID and the value set to your IAM user ID is applied for access purposes. We recommend that you do not change or remove this tag because it can be used to control access. For more information, see
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